We are seeking applications from any member of the public to take part in a 50-person citizens' assembly in Leeds, discussing the prices and costs of safely delivering gas to your home.
You will take part in a citizens' assembly in Leeds!
The Sortition Foundation, a not-for-profit company, is seeking applications from members of the public to take part in an exciting project about the prices and costs of safely delivering gas to your home.
If selected, you will be part of a "citizens' assembly" – a cross-section of 50 adults who will meet together in central Leeds, 10am-5pm for three Saturdays: Saturday 23 March, Saturday 6 April, and Saturday 27 April. The assembly will work together over the three days to answer important questions such as: "What's a fair price for transporting your gas safely?" The results of the assembly could impact the price you pay for your gas.
Interested in taking part?
You can apply if you:
(i) are aged 18 or over and live in northern England (Leeds and Bradford, Newcastle, York, Middlesbrough, Hull, Carlisle, and surrounds), and
(ii) are responsible, at least in part, for paying your home gas bills (i.e. do you give money to the person who pays the bill, or pay it yourself?).
The project promises to be interesting, informative, and you will be paid £180 for the 3 days, plus transport and lunches.
No special skills, education or experience are needed, and no CV is required.
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