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Research outputs: CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
Building capabilities appears as key to retooling the state for higher quality and levels of performance. As is clear from the Auditor Gener...Download this report
2020 Rwandan citizens' sovereignty, popular participation, and the EAC integration and democratization
The purpose of this chapter is to analyze Rwanda's participation in the East African Community (EAC) integration project. It will investigat...
The Philippines have developed a system of neighbourhood government that other countries could usefully learn from. The barangays give ordin...
The purpose of this report is to draw out key findings from the analysis conducted thus far for the 'Improving Active Citizenship and Partic...