5-8feb07:: Citizen Participation and Democratic Governance
- On behalf of PRIA's Governing Board and its team, I invite you and your colleagues to a programme on the theme "Citizen Participation and Democratic Governance" being held in New Delhi during February 5-8, 2007, on the occasion of PRIA's Silver Jubilee Celebrations.
We expect nearly 400 delegates national and international participants in the various events and sessions, outlined in this invitation.
Looking forward to your active participation.
Date: January 29, 2007
CITIZEN PARTICIPATION AND DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE
25 ANNIVERSARY DIALOGUES IN NEW DELHI
FEBRUARY 5-8, 2007
Programme At A Glance
February 5, 2007,
10.30am - 17.30pm, Basement Theatre, IHC, New Delhi
Focus on deepening and broadening linkages between academia and community-based participatory research; sharing lessons and evolving strategies.
February 6, 2007, 10.00am - 12.30pm, Jakaranda Hall, IHC, New Delhi
Sharing analysis of policy frameworks and practical experiences in promoting participation of women, tribals, dalits and other excluded groups in making Panchayats and Municipalities more transparent and accountable.
February 6, 2007, 14.00pm -15.35pm, Jakaranda Hall, IHC, New Delhi
Approaches to enable citizens' participation in urban planning and reforming governance in India and abroad.
February 6, 2007, 16.00pm -17.30pm Jakaranda Hall, IHC, New Delhi How citizens learn to be and act like citizens? Sharing methodologies from around the world.
Mobilising Community Knowledge: Global Networking and Deepening Local Action:
International Perspectives on Citizen Participation and Local Governance:
Citizen Participation in Urban Planning and Governance:
February 07, 2007, 10.00am � 1.40pm, Stein Auditorium, IHC, New Delhi
What experiences and challenges are emerging in promoting more inclusive and impactful participation of hitherto excluded citizens, in particular youth and women? Which innovative strategies show results on the ground? Interactive panel.
February 7, 2007, 15:00pm - 17:30pm
An afternoon of music, poetry, felicitations, appreciations and solidarity.
February 8, 2007, 09.30am - 13.30pm, Jakaranda Hall, IHC, New Delhi
How is the Community Sector changing in the context of lobalization? Which types of institutional arrangements would be emerging? How human development challenges are likely to be met? What are the implications for supporting the same by Civil Society?
RSVP: Mr. K.L. Bhatt e-mail :klbhatt@...
Tel : +91-011-26055572
42, Tughlakabad Institutional Area,
New Delhi - 110062
42, Tughlakabad Institutional Area
New Delhi - 110062
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