Facilitators like monitoring the pulse of the events they have been organising and at the same time offering participants a medium where they can share their thoughts, creating opportunities for participatory reflections. This adjusts the flow of action and provides a space to take stock of lessons learnt. In addition, sound practice calls for equal opportunities for all participants to express themselves. A democracy wall is a structured open space where people can post their ideas and opinions. Democracy walls provide a medium for individual participants to express themselves in a free, focused and concise manner. They generate a written, shared pool of reflections which can be used for further participatory analysis; and help obtain on-the-spot feedback during an event and be in the position to rapidly adjust facilitation to emerging realities and changing circumstances.
Typically a democracy wall consists of five large sheets of craft paper each one featuring one of the following introductions to open-ended
(add your story)
If you included any photos or images, please put the source or photo credit here
If you started this page or made a contribution and would like visibility (and recognition) for your work, sign your name here!