Voice: representation and people's democracy

Format:Book
Publication year: 
2012

This resource book is about people’s participation in decision-making and about people’s right to have a ‘voice’, to be heard and to choose their own representatives.  Democracy is an ongoing process and to create more just and equal societies it is essential that democratic “spaces” are made that enable real influence for those living in poverty.  This book is for local level civil society practitioners who want to make their own voice heard, and who want to involve more people in their efforts to make their opinions and ideas heard at the local level, in elected local government and other state bodies, in civil society organisations, and in public spaces and media.

Source publication information
Series: 
Just and Democratic Local Governance
Pages: 
59
Publisher
ActionAid - International Governance Team
www.actionaid.org/

How to find this resource

Shelfmark in IDS Resource Centre
D: Governance: Participatory approaches to citizen action, inclusive citizenship and democratic citizenship 5874