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Citizens as Partners
OECD Handbook on Information, Consultation and Public Participation in Policy-Making
OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  29 nov 2001
Pages: 116 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264195400 , Code OCDE: 422001141P1
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This handbook offers government officials practical assistance in strengthening relations between government and citizens. It combines a brief review of basic concepts, principles, concrete examples of good practice, tools (including new information and communication technologies) as well as tips from practice. The approach and activities shown in this handbook support and complement formal institutions of democracy, and strengthen the democratic process. FURTHER READING Citizens as Partners: Information, Consultation and Public Participation in Policy-making

Tables des matières:

-How To Use This Handbook
Part I. Why Government-Citizen Relations?
What Government-Citizen Relations Are
-Why Strengthen Government-Citizen Relations
-What About Costs
Part II. How To Strengthen Government-Citizen Relations
Build a Framework!
--What Information Elements to Apply?
--What Consultation Elements to Apply?
--What Active Participation Elements to Apply?
--What Evaluation Elements to Apply?
--What General Capacities to Develop?
-Plan and Act Strategically!
--Which Objectives?
--Whom to Address?
--How to Select Tools and Activities?
--What About Resources?
--How to Plan Evaluation?
-Choose and Use the Tools!
--What are the Available Tools?
--What Tools to Use for Information?
--What Tools to Use for Consultation?
--What Tools to Use for Active Participation?
--What Tools to Use for Evaluation?
-Benefit from New Informatio and Communication Technology (ICT)!
--Why ICT?
--What about Frameworks to Support the Use of ICTs?
--How Can ICTs Help with Information?
--How Can ICTs Help with Consultation and Active Participation?
--How to Use ICTs for Evaluation?
--What Are ICTs Limitations and How to Deal with Them?
-Put Principles into Practice!
--1. Commitment
--2. Rights
--3. Clarity
--4. Time
--5. Objectivity
--6. Resources
--7. Coordination
--8. Accountability
--9. Evaluation
--10. Active Citizenship
Part III. Which Tips to Follow
Ten Tips for Action
--Tip 1. Take It Seriously
--Tip 2. Start from the Citizen's Perspective
--Tip 3. Deliver What You Promise
--Tip 4. Watch Timing
--Tip 5. Be Creative
--Tip 6. Balance Different Interests
--Tip 7. Be Prepared for Criticism
--Tip 8. Involve Your Staff
--Tip 9. Develop a Coherent Strategy
--Tip 10. Act Now
Part IV. Where to Get More Information
-OECD Sources
-Overview and General Information
-Legal Framework
-Policy Framework
-Institutional Framework
-Tools for Information
-Tools for Consultation
-Tools for Active Participation
-Tools for Evaluation
-ICT Tools for Information
-ICT Tools for Consultation and Active Participation
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