Collaboration on Policy: A Manual developed by the Community-Government Collaboration on Policy
Collaboration sur les politiques : Un manuel produit par les partenaires de la Collaboration communauté-gouvernement sur les politiques
 
Sherri Torjman, Anne Makhoul et al., April 2009
 

Developed by a group of ten partners, this manual provides practical lessons for the establishment and operation of effective government-community collaborations on policy.  Though poverty reduction was the lens through which collaboration on policy was viewed, the lessons presented are applicable to any complex problem.  The many examples, tools and references provided in the manual are helpful both to those new to policy work and to groups already engaged in collaborations on policy.

 

Produit par un groupe de dix partenaires, ce manuel fournit des leçons pratiques entourant l’établissement et le fonctionnement de collaborations communauté-gouvernement efficaces en matière de politiques. La réduction de la pauvreté est le prisme par lequel la collaboration a été examinée, mais les leçons présentées dans ce manuel s’appliquent à n’importe quelle problématique complexe. Les nombreux exemples, outils et références cités dans le manuel sont utiles à la fois aux néophytes du travail sur les politiques et aux groupes déjà engagés dans une collaboration sur les politiques.


ISBN - 1-55382-345-1
ISBN - 1-55382-367-2


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