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Public Opinions Translated into Policies

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Public Opinions Translated into Policies

  • ACRC hosts People’s Idea Box Policy Idea Contest (April 15 – June 15)

  • Participation of generations, including teenagers, youth, and seniors, in sharing ideas about “social issues such as inconveniences in living”

(April 17th 2023, ACRC)

 

The Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC, Chairperson Jeon Hyun-Heui) is hosting a policy idea contest through the People’s Idea Box* from April 15 to June 15, which invites teenagers, young people, and seniors to explore inconveniences in daily living and social issues, seeking solutions together.

 

* A pan-governmental policy communication platform run by the ACRC with an

annual participation of 530,000 people (https://www.epeople.go.kr/idea)

 

The ACRC organized the contest to offer an opportunity for students from primary and secondary schools, undergraduates, other teenagers and young individuals outside the school system, as well as the senior generation to participate in the policymaking process and contribute to administrative improvements.

ACRC will determine the final winners of the contest through the following process: an internal evaluation (until August), public voting through the People’s Idea Box (September), and evaluation by experts (October).

 

At the award ceremony in November, 15 award certificates bearing the name of the ACRC Chairperson and a total of 8.4 million won worth of gift certificates will be granted to contest winners.

 

The ACRC has recommended institutional improvements to relevant agencies or provided ideas on proactive administration to ensure that the award-winning ideas are practically reflected in policies.

 

The vice Chairperson of ACRC Kim Tae-Gyu said, “We hope that the contest serves as a platform for us to contemplate issues within the public sector from the lens of a wide range of generations, including not only teenagers and youth but also seniors. We also look forward to seeing creative and original policy ideas regarding social issues translated into tangible administrative practices that citizens can directly experience.”

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