The first Citizens’ Jury was held over the course of two weekends (25/26 June, 9/10 July). It was facilitated independently at arm’s length from the Government by democracyCo.

See the full agenda below:

Saturday 9th July 2016

*Please note: livestreaming times are subject to change based on jury deliberations, thank you for your patience.

9.00am

Jury to arrive and settle in.

9.30am

Welcome and acknowledgement of Country, followed by re-entry activity.

9.50am

Briefing on Stage 2: Mass engagement program - John Phalen, Director of Engagement.

10.00am

Setting the scene for next two days, overview of agenda.

10.30am

Witness Workshop: Round 1 ('Safety' live streamed) - view the full WITNESS LIST.

11.45am

Witness Workshop: Round 2 ('Consent' live streamed).

1.15pm

LUNCH

1.30pm

Witness Workshop: Round 3

2.45pm

AFTERNOON TEA

3.15pm

Consensus workshop (live streamed).

4.20pm

Jury matters and breaking news.

4.30pm

Close of session.

 

Sunday 10th July 2016

*Please note: livestreaming times are subject to change based on jury deliberations, thank you for your patience.

9.00am

Jury to arrive and settle in.

9.45am

Welcome and acknowledgement, setting the scene for today.

10.00am

Report writing groupwork (one group/table will be live streamed).

12.00pm

Consensus exercice - getting agreement on the final report for community release (live streamed).

1.00pm

LUNCH

1.45pm

Finalisation of the report (live streamed)

2.30pm

Preparation for presentation to the Premier.

3.00pm

Jury reflection - close of process

3.30pm

AFTERNOON TEA

4.30pm

Jury Presentation of report to Premier Jay Weatherill, questions and discussion, Premier's address (live streamed).

 

Previous sessions:

Saturday 25th June 2016

9.00 am
Jury to arrive and settle in

9.30 am
Introductory remarks by Facilitator, Emily Jenke from democracyCo (live streamed)

9.35 am
Welcome to Country (live streamed)

9.40 am
Premier Jay Weatherill - official launch of Citizens’ Jury, followed by a Q&A with Jury (live streamed)

10.00 am
MORNING TEA

10.25 am
Information session: how the Jury was recruited?

10.35 am
Information session: Jury overview and tasks

10.45 am
Jury: introductions and familiarisation (Jury only)

11.20 am
Information session: getting across the task – the jury’s remit, role, and product (live streamed)

12.00 pm
Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission Briefing Part 1 – the process (live streamed)

12.30 pm
LUNCH

1.15 pm
Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission Briefing Part 2 – the recommendations
Followed by Q&A (live streamed)

2.00 pm
Workshop – agenda setting and deliberation

2.40 pm
WORKING AFTERNOON TEA

3.00 pm
Workshop – Jury to identify preferred witnesses (live streamed)

3.40 pm
Presentation: what is the community saying? (live streamed)

4.00 pm
Jury to identify next steps

4.30 pm
Close of session

 

Sunday 26th June 2016

*Please note: livestreaming times are subject to change based on jury deliberations, thank you for your patience.

9.00 am
Jury to arrive and settle in

9.30 am
Welcome and acknowledgement by Emily Jenke from democracyCo.
Program for the day/reflection

9.45 am
MORNING TEA

10.00 am
Panel 1 discussion: (live streamed)

  • South Australian Chief Scientist: Dr Leanna Read
  • CE SA Native Title Service: Keith Thomas
  • CE Conservation Council SA: Craig Wilkins
  • CE Business SA: Nigel McBride

10.45 am
Panel discussion - Q&A (live streamed)

11.35 am
Jury deliberation on panel 1 discussion

11.50 am
LUNCH

12.30 pm
Panel 2 discussion: (live streamed)

  • CE Northern & Yorke RDA: Kelly-Anne Saffin
  • CE The Ethics Centre: Dr Simon Longstaff
  • CE SA Chamber of Mines and Energy: Jason Kuchel
  • SA Health: Assoc Prof Michael Penniment, Director Radiation Oncology, Royal Adelaide Hospital

1.10 pm
Panel discussion - Q&A (live streamed)

1.50 pm
Jury deliberation on panel 2 discussion

2.15 pm
Jury matter – next steps and final points

2.30 pm
Close of session