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Issues and Options for Improving Engagement between the World Bank and Civil Society Organizations

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World Bank
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2016-03-31T16:54:05Z
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2005-03-01
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The purpose of this paper is to assess the World Bank's recent relations with civil society organizations (CSOs), that is, nongovernmental organizations and not-for-profit organizations, and to propose options for promoting more effective civic engagement in Bank-supported activities and managing associated risks in the future. The analysis in this paper points to four main issues and challenges for the Bank as it seeks to achieve more constructive and effective engagement with CSOs in the future: 1) Promoting best practices for civic engagement; 2) Closing the gap between expectations, policy and practice; 3) Adapting to changes in global and national civil society; and 4) Achieving greater Bank-wide coherence and accountability. To attain these objectives, the report proposes ten priority actions: Establishing new global mechanisms for Bank-CSO engagement to help promote mutual understanding and cooperation; establish a Bank-wide advisory service/focal point for consultations and feedback; piloting a new Bank-wide monitoring and evaluation system for civic engagement; Conduct a review of Bank funds available for civil society engagement in operations and policy dialogue, and explore possible realignment or restructuring. reviewing the Bank's procurement framework; instituting an integrated learning program for Bank staff and member governments as well as capacity-building for CSOs on how to work effectively with the Bank and its member governments; holding regular meetings of senior management and periodically with the Board to review Bank/civil society relations; developing and issuing new guidelines for Bank staff on the institution's approach, best practices, and a framework for engagement with CSOs; emphasizing the importance of civil society engagement in preparing Country Assistance Strategies (CAS) as well as in CAS monitoring and evaluation; and developing tools for analytical mapping of civil society.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2005/03/6399376/issues-options-improving-engagement-between-world-bank-civil-society-organizations
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/23984
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English
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Washington, DC
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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ACCESS TO HEALTH
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ACCESS TO INFORMATION
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ACCESS TO LAND
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ACCOUNTABILITY
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ACCREDITATION
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ANALYTICAL SKILLS
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ANTI-POVERTY
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ASSISTANCE STRATEGIES
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ASSISTANCE STRATEGY
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BANK MANAGEMENT
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BENEFICIARIES
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BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION
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BEST PRACTICES
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BUDGET ALLOCATION
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BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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CAPITALS
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CASE STUDY
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CBO
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CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS
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CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
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CITIZENS
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CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
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CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN BANK
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CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN DEVELOPMENT
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CIVIL SOCIETY
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CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT
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CIVIL SOCIETY GROUP
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CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION
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CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS
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CIVIL SOCIETY PARTICIPATION
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CIVIL SOCIETY RELATIONS
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CIVIL SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVES
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CIVIL SOCIETY SECTOR
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CODES OF CONDUCT
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COLLECTIVE ACTION
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COMMUNITY GROUPS
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COMMUNITY LEVEL
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COMMUNITY-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT
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CONSENSUS
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CONSTITUENCIES
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CONSTRUCTIVE ENGAGEMENT
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CONSULTATION
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CONSULTATIONS
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COST EFFECTIVENESS
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COUNTRY LEVEL
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COUNTRY OWNERSHIP
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DEBT
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DEBT RELIEF
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DECENTRALIZATION
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DECISION MAKERS
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DECISION MAKING
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DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES
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DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE
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DEMOCRATIC PROCESSES
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DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
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DEVELOPING COUNTRY
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DEVELOPMENT AGENDA
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DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVENESS
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DEVELOPMENT GOALS
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DEVELOPMENT NETWORK
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DEVELOPMENT POLICY
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DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
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ECONOMIC COOPERATION
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ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT
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EMPOWERMENT
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ENABLING ENVIRONMENT
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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
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FINANCIAL SUPPORT
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GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY
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GOOD GOVERNANCE
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GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION
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GRANT MECHANISMS
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HEALTH CARE
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HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
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HUMAN DEVELOPMENT NETWORK
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HUMAN RIGHTS
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IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
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INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
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INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
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INTERMEDIARY
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INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES
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INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
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INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
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INTERNATIONAL MEDIA
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INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS
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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
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INTERNET ACCESS
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LOCAL AUTHORITIES
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LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
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LOCAL INSTITUTIONS
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LOCAL KNOWLEDGE
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LOCAL LEVEL
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LOCAL OWNERSHIP
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MULTILATERAL INSTITUTIONS
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NATIONAL POVERTY
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NATIONAL POVERTY REDUCTION
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NATIONAL POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES
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NGO
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NON-GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS
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NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
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ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY
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OUTREACH
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PARLIAMENTARIANS
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PARLIAMENTARY INVOLVEMENT
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PARTICIPATION OF STAKEHOLDERS
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PARTICIPATORY APPROACH
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PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES
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PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT
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PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES
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PARTICIPATORY TECHNIQUES
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PERFORMANCE
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POLICY ADVOCACY
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POLICY CHANGES
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POLICY DEBATES
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POLICY DIALOGUE
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POLICY FRAMEWORK
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POLICY MAKERS
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POLICY MAKING
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POLICY RESEARCH
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POLITICAL CONTEXT
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POLITICAL POWER
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POOR PEOPLE
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POVERTY REDUCTION
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POVERTY REDUCTION EFFORTS
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POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES
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POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY
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PREPARATION
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PRIORITY ACTIONS
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PRIVATE SECTOR
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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
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PROJECT DESIGN
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PROTECTED AREAS
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PUBLIC ACCESS
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PUBLIC DEBATE
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PUBLIC EDUCATION
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PUBLIC INFORMATION
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PUBLIC INFORMATION CENTER
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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
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PUBLIC LIFE
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PUBLIC POLICIES
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PUBLIC POLICY
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PUBLIC SECTOR
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PUBLIC SERVICE
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PUBLIC SERVICES
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PUBLIC TRANSPARENCY
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RECONSTRUCTION
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REGULAR MEETINGS
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REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS
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RISK MANAGEMENT
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RURAL COMMUNITIES
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SERVICE DELIVERY
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SERVICE PROVIDERS
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SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY
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SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
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SOCIAL FUNDS
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SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
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SOCIAL SERVICE
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SOCIAL SERVICES
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SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT NETWORK
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STAKEHOLDER
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STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS
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STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION
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STAKEHOLDERS
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STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT
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SUPPLIERS
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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TRADE UNIONS
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TRANSITION COUNTRIES
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TRUST FUNDS
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VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS
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VULNERABLE GROUPS
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WORLD BANK-CIVIL SOCIETY COLLABORATION
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WORLD BANK-CIVIL SOCIETY RELATIONS
dc.title
Issues and Options for Improving Engagement between the World Bank and Civil Society Organizations
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dc.title.alternative
Renforcer la collaboration entre la Banque mondiale et les organisations de la societe civile : enjeux et options Problemas y alternativas de mejoramiento de la relacion entre el Banco Mundial y las organizaciones de la sociedad civil
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Report
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2005-11-08
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Publications & Research
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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2005/03/6399376/issues-options-improving-engagement-between-world-bank-civil-society-organizations
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6399376
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34160
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Social Development :: Civil Society
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Social Development :: Participations and Civic Engagement
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Office of the Vice President (ECRVP)

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