Guide to Evaluating Participatory Processes
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Problems and purpose
This Guide is intended to offer some practical guidance for anyone trying to conduct a planned and organised evaluation of the processes of citizen participation sponsored by a public administration
One of the basic principles of the citizen participation sponsored by administrations must be its capacity to adapt imaginatively to the circumstances of each issue and each territory. There are no magic recipes for running quality participatory processes. Quite the contrary, a good participatory process will be one that finds a way to fit into the specific conditions of the community in which it is conducted.
Origins and Development
How it Works
Analysis and Lessons Learned