Reports

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Year: 2008
This paper shows how the ‘Driving Change’ project in Indonesia used advocacy and capacity-building to ensure that the voices of poor people, especially women, became part of government planning processes to alleviate poverty
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Year: 2008
This paper from Oxfam focuses on how the "right to be heard" concept can strengthen public participation  in policy making and accountability
Year: 2008
Nepal has had a good economic growth since the mid 80s and throughout the 90s
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Year: 2008
Within the framework of the collaboration between the Mountain Partnership and the Mountain Forum a stocktaking exercise has been carried out in the period 2007- 2008 by the African Mountain Forum (AMF) and the Mountain Forum Secretariat (MFS)
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Year: 2008
WEDO joined leaders and decision-makers at the Third Global Congress of Women in Politics and Governance (CAPWIP) in the Philippines to ensure that women everywhere are engaged in and understand the implications of climate change
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Year: 2008
This is a report of the 7th Annual Regional meeting of One World South Asia (OWSA)
Year: 2007
As the education and income levels of Canadians have risen, and as access to electronic media have made citizens better-informed about the political system, pressure has been placed on governments to provide their electorates with greater involvement in the public policy process
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Year: 2007
Disaster risk reduction (DRR) has emerged as an important agenda item in the development community
Year: 2007
This publication, the first in a series of reports covering the state of the information society on an annual basis, focuses on the theme of participation
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Year: 2007
This publication is a compilation of case studies describing how a cultural analysis can substantially influence development programmes
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