Towards improved citizen participation and coordination with non-state actors



In order that such participation and coordination prove effective, non-state actors must enjoy social mobilization, information, organization, bargaining and communication capabilities. It also demands the State recognize and respect diversity, receptivity, formal mechanisms for channelling demands and preferences for allocating resources, and the investment alignment mechanisms of other non-state actors, among others.

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Social institutionality: Non-state actors and citizen participation