Participatory processes for policy change: reflections on the Prajateerpu e-forum (PLA Notes 46)
In the final article in this special issue, the editors draw together the comments and opinions of the contributors to the e-forum in an attempt to provide an overview to the whole topic. The authors also reflect on the effect that the Prajateerpu paper has had on the participation field and the need for further debate.
Participatory Learning and Action is the world’s leading informal journal on participatory approaches. Guest editors provide up-to-the minute accounts of participatory approaches in specific fields. Since 1987, PLA has provided a forum for participatory practitioners – community workers, activists and researchers – to share experiences, reflections and methodological innovations with others, providing a genuine ‘voice from the field’.
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