Key concepts of coordination with non-state actors



Non-state actors consist of all the publicly engaged actors armed with a certain degree of resources and power to exert influence that are not part of the State apparatus. These include business people, labour unions, non-governmental organizations, social movements, universities, religious institutions, indigenous, Afrodescendant and local communities, among others.

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Social institutionality: Non-state actors and citizen participation