Global Future 2006, Number 3
Pro-poor governance: the role of civil society
Governance and civil society
Governance is now widely accepted as a critical factor for poverty eradication. This Global Future asks: How can the international community address the 'governance gap'? How can civil society actors secure the space to exercise their right – and duty – to engage with the state for better governance? And does improved transparency and accountability make life better for the poor? PDF: 2.1 Mb
1 The quality of democracy
Fletcher Tembo
2 Governments serving ordinary citizens:
turning the exception into the rule
Bill Walker
4 The middle classes:
unlikely allies for better governance?
Robert Jenkins
6 Transparency to avoid the “resource curse”
Henry Parham
8 Tackling weak governance through
enhanced stakeholder demand
Jeff Thindwa
10 Civic and legal education for the rural poor
Haidy Ear-Dupuy
12 To vote with understanding
Jaime Tercero
14 Transparency and accountability
at the community level
Gertrude Chanda
16 Political governance that works for the poor
Graham Teskey
18 Addressing the governance gap,
engaging civil society
Randall Tobias
19 “Good enough” governance
Merilee Grindle
21 Children: citizens only of the future?
Stefan Germann
22 A new path to full citizenship
Stephen N Ndegwa
24 The Back Pages
Marcos Monteiro & Benedito Bezerra
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Posted : 2012-09-03 20:23:06 GMT
Author/Authors : World Vision
Publishers : World Vision
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Publication Date : 2006
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