Measuring the Mountain logoMeasuring the Mountain (MtM) will host its second Citizens' Jury at Cardiff City Stadium, from 18th to 22nd May 2020, and are looking for people to take part as Jurors.

MtM links with carers and people who need care and support services so that they can understand the impact of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014. Citizens' Juries are a well-established method of engaging with people about a policy issue or on a topic of public importance .Their recommendations are then shared with key policy-makers and the public. MtM conducted its first Citizens' Jury in September 2018.

What does it involve?

As a Juror, you’ll work with 12 to 15 other participants to answer a question that MtM will set you at the start of the process. You and the other Jurors, supported by a Facilitator, will question Witnesses, consider the evidence they present and then draw conclusions and make your recommendations.

MtM are looking for individuals aged 18 and up who would like to be Jurors. They want the Jury to reflect the population of Wales, and are seeking a diverse pool of interested individuals. You don’t need any prior knowledge or experience of social care in Wales - all of the information you need will be provided to you as part of the process.

MtM want the Juror experience to be interesting and enjoyable - this is an exciting opportunity, and a chance for you to be involved in an innovative and unusual approach to policy discussions, and to have your say on a critical issue.

The closing date to register your interest is 17th April, and Jurors will be selected on 20th April 2020.

To register your interest or find out more, click here to visit the Measuring the Mountain website

You can also contact Katie with any queries or questions on: [email protected] / 07964 407 739.