Information for G02037
Reflections on the e-forum on participatory processes for policy change by the authors of the Prajateerpu report (PLA Notes 46)
Reflecting on both the design of the Prajateerpu workshop and the debate that followed the publication of the workshop report, the authors identify areas of mis-conception or ambiguity in the report, as well as the achievements of the workshop, the contributions of e-forum participants and issues surrounding development and participation that still need addressing.
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