Governance that is beyond Government: Participatory Citizenship
The tripartite Governance framework as applied in running governments has called in contributions from all sectors, ranging from government agencies, business enterprises and civil sector. This kind of governing has made a government principle – citizen participation – to rise to the challenge of good governance. Through the employment of participatory citizenship, governments are able to gain new inputs, extract new data from the grassroots, and implement policies, programs and projects that are more aligned with citizens’ needs.
The full article can be accessed at https://shabka.org/blog/2018/03/21/7047/
Published originally on 21 March 2018 at Shabka
Shabka is Austria’s youngest think-and-do tank at the nexus of conflict and peace analysis as well as foreign, development, and security policy. It is set up as a civil society network, and a hub for passionate talents.
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