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Reforming StuPa: The Plan
The StuPa replacement must be worked out in a transparent process open for those interested. We want to reach this goal in the following way.
Step 1: Analysis
At the beginning
- examine, which committees are there and which duties do they have (by law and in their own perspective)
- register initial concerns and remarks of other committees and students
- collect ideas for alternative concepts
Step 2: Modelling
After that, in a small but open circle
- review collected information, sort and weight
- think through different models (e.g. student council made from student representative groups or reassigning duties)
- publish results easy to access and understand for all
Step 3: Public Discussion
After working out the first concepts follows the
- public presentation of the results, e.g. in different committees and public debates
- collection of feedback and alternative proposals
Step 4: Iteration
Again in the small circle, the concepts will be
- evaluated again
- sorted out
Step 5: Filter
Steps three and four will be repeated until one suitable model is left.
Step 6: Writing it Down
In the small circle, the new model must be
- written down in an inital law draft
Step 7: Discussion and Iteration
The law will be presented publicly with the request for feedback, on which basis it is adapted.
Step 8: Voting
The final law is motioned in the StuPa to be voted on.
The StuPa reforms itself.
What you can do
And feel free to participate in the process later!
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