"Fishbowl processes provide a creative way to include the “public” in a small group discussion. They can be used in a wide variety of settings, including workshops, conferences, organizational meetings and public assemblies. Fishbowls are useful for ventilating “hot topics” or sharing ideas or information from a variety of perspectives. When the people in the middle are public officials or other decision-makers, this technique can help bring transparency to the decision-making process and increase trust and understanding about complex issues." (kstoolkit)
- What is a fishbowl process?
- When to use it
- As a facilitator, how do I implement a fishbowl process?
- Some variations for conferences
- Tips and Lessons Learnt
- Related Options / Tools / Practices