These deliberative events will take place in France, Israel, Italy, Poland, Spain and Sweden in April and May 2017 (we included more information on each dialogue is in this space: http://www.nano2all.eu/dialogue). They will aim to gather input from citizens about their values, desires, and concerns regarding nanotechnology. Citizens in the dialogues will be encouraged to build their own narrative objects that will help them compose narratives of the future in relation to three different nanotechnology application fields: Nanotextiles, Brain-machine interfaces and Nanomedicine. Narratives will not only bring an important insight into citizens' views about these technological areas, but will also provide essential inputs into the scenario exploration game to be played by nanotechnology stakeholders in the national multi-stakeholder dialogues in autumn 2017.
More information on the citizen dialogue methodology can be found here.