The Agency works since over ten years in designing, implementing and evaluating citizen and stakeholder participation and policy dialogue (consulting, training, research) with public authorities, international organizations, providers of services of general interest, researchers and NGOs, at all level.

Since 2015, our agency is one of the key partners of the european project CIMULACT, to design policies and research programmes with citizens and experts from all areas of society.

In 2016, Missions Publiques organised with the European Space Agency the Citizens’ debate on space for Europe. The debate was led in 22 countries on September 10.

In 2015, Missions Publiques initiated and co-coordinated with the Danish Board of Technology the largest ever global citizen consultation on Climate and Energy (The World Wide Views on Climate and energy), in order to inform the COP21 negotiators of the citizens’ will.

Our Agency is also involved at the European level in bringing the theory and praxis of deliberation into the European Research and innovation Programs. Missions Publiques coordinates and takes part in such projects focusing on online and face-2-face deliberation, participatory budgeting, mobility, Responsible Research and Innovation, Water management. In France, it was at the core of national processes like the National Debate on Energy transition (2012) or the national debate on childhood policy (2012).

The Agency is strongly connected with partners and networks working on public deliberation and sustainable development all over the world (Institut de la Concertation, Netzwerk Bürgerbeteiligung, Jefferson Center, GIS Participation, Réseau marocain de la bonne gouvernance, World Wide Views Alliance, etc.).