Multi-stakeholder Deliberation for (Global) Justice: An Approach from Modern Civic Republicanism
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Multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSI) are important in dealing with (global) governance gaps in many dimensions – economic, ecological, social and cultural. However, their effectiveness is under scrutiny by both academics and practitioners. In this Chapter, Nathan attempts to derive the minimal and common conditions – freedom as non-domination, and recognition – for input justice on deliberation for MSI, critiquing liberal deliberative democracy and advocating modern civic republicanism. He further challenges the idea of the common good and invites us to consider the common concerns of the choices. This Chapter aims to encourage debate and discussion on the possibility and plausibility of innovating governance structures based on these minimal and common conditions for input justice for (global) multi-stakeholder deliberation.