A Handbook on Working with Political Parties

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Political parties are a keystone of democratic governance. They provide a structure for political participation; serve as a training ground for political leadership; and transform social interests into public policy. The question for development practitioners is how best to work with political parties in addressing the challenges they face. (Source: Foreword)

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English
Year of Production: 
2006
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Democratic Governance Group Bureau for Development Policy United Nations Development Programme
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UNDP
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Gretchen Luchsinger Sidhu, Linda Maguire, Gita Welch, Magdy Martinez-Soliman
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This paper "A Handbook on Working with Political Parties" is produced to help field offices and learners to address questions regarding assistance to political parties, and to meet this increasing demand with experience-based products and human rights-based approaches. It also offers both practical advice and intellectual insight. (Source: Foreword)

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