Ward Committee systems as an Effective Public Participation Process

2012
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Presented at the Gauteng Provincial Speakers' Forum Strategic Session, 30 May 2012
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Gauteng Provincial Speakers' Forum Strategic Session, 30 May 2012
Author/s: 
Lindile L. Ndabeni
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Institute for Economic Research on Innovation (IERI)

Introduction

  • Institute for Economic Research on Innovation
  • We undertake research that seeks to promote sustainable economic growth, social development and political democracy
  • We are centrally concerned with evidence-based policy research
  • We believe that academics should not only interpret the world without doing anything to change it
  • Background as a development planner and economic geography
  • As an academic work more in the area of sustainable local development
  • View effective public participation with the lenses of local development and within the context of local development
  • Effective public participation should ¬†generate visible outcomes
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