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Think-In Guidelines

Are you planning a Think-In? Check out our helpful guidelines on everything from how to set up, structure and evaluate a Think-In.




Below are some of the topics we’ve discussed at previous #DiscussAI Think-Ins.

They are free to download and use. Click the image or “Read On” to see the full topic.

Take a look and contact us if you have any suggestions or would like to get involved in our next public Think-In.


Have you run your own Think-In?

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Evaluation Report, 2023

In 2022-2023, evaluation of the Citizens’ Think-Ins was carried by the Brussels-based Stickydot organisation.

Evaluation Report, 2022

In 2020-2021, evaluation of the Citizens’ Think-In format for citizen-researcher dialogue was carried by the Institute of Methods Innovation.


Evaluation Report, 2019

This report presents a formative evaluation of the inaugural ADAPT Citizens’ Think-In on 15 November 2018, which addressed the theme ‘Artificial Intelligence, Privacy and Civil Liberties’.

Useful resource we use

Siscode Toolbox for Co-creation Journeys

The SISCODE Toolbox aims to facilitate the design and
implementation of co-creation journeys for the SISCODE
laboratories, focussing on better understanding and
prioritisation of the particularities of each context. The
selection of the existing tools and toolkits will support the
development of the design-based process from the problem
analysis to the ideation of a solution, the development of a
prototype and its experimentation in a real-world context.