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Bringing together scientists, citizens and decision-makers in knowledge brokerage activities – by means of structured citizens’ conference processes where citizens’ panels discuss and present their recommendations (“Citizens’ declarations”) to policy makers and society at large – is at the heart of the proposed approach. The solution is innovative in that the emphasis is given to the role of the public to enlarge the concept of organisational learning to the wider concept of social learning, including directly societal aspects and the perspective of the different social groups affected by the research and policy development. Strengthening the connectivity between researchers, policy-makers, key stakeholders, and civil society can certainly improve the water quality and ease the water management in Europe.

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