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Meaningful Participation: an activist's guide to collaborative policy-making Edit Title
Business and government use collaborative processes to avoid drawn-out battles with citizen activists. When should citizens agree to collaborate and how can they be sure their needs will really be part of the solution? This handbook for citizens is a long-needed addition to a literature of public participation dominated by powerful organizations.
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