You can contribute, vote and add ideas to any of the six forums. You can either vote for one of the existing ideas or supply an idea of your own. In this way the most popular ideas will bubble to the top.

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The ideas from these forums will inform the start of the debate on October 30th. Where they will be discussed in consensus deliberation. Register here for the event

This is a forum for you to dicuss ideas on line - these ideas are your ideas - they are ideas that we may not agree with - but we are providing you with a framework for that discussion. The outcome of the Claiming our Future Event will be the results of the deliberations on the day

5) Public sector renewal Forum

You should look at all the forums on the right and you can either vote on existing ideas or provide a new idea. You can also comment on the existing ideas.

  1. 60 votes

    Achieve greater income equality

    Achieve greater income equality through wage, tax and income policies that ensure maximum income is not more than a specific multiple of the minimum income and ensure every person has a guaranteed minimum income sufficient to live life with dignity.

  2. 31 votes

    Increase the tax take and broaden the tax base.

    Increase the tax take and broaden the tax base by, for example, introducing asset tax, or land value tax or tax on financial transactions.

  3. 26 votes
  4. 24 votes
  5. 20 votes
  6. 14 votes
  7. 12 votes

    Public sector is a mess and need to be restructured

    Small bureaucracy in decision making processes is crucial and much needed. Long delays to provide services at the right time is caused by long administrative structure. If the services could be well identified, planned and implemented by appropriately qualified people at the right time and right ... more

  8. 10 votes

    Legislation enforcing Good Practice in Public Service

    Many of us involved in dealing with the Public Service have years of experience seeing poor practice and examples of good practice being ignored. This costs the state (and ultimately the tax payer) enourmous amounts of money - but is never recognised. There are many areas where good practice is... more

  9. 8 votes

    Strengthen, individualise, and increase the flexibility of, the social protection system.

    Strengthen, individualise, and increase the flexibility of, the social protection system.

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