Partnerships: Putting Good Governance Principles in Practice

This publication analyzes the research and project work of the Institute On Governance in civil society – government partnerships from the point of view of both players. The paper first explores the meaning of ‘governance’ and ‘partnership’; then blends these concepts with good governance principles used by the United Nations Development Programme and the Institute On Governance to create a tool for assessing good governance in partnership arrangements. Finally, the paper draws on the Institute’s work in Canada and internationally,… Read more

Roundtable on Good Governance Principles: International and Aboriginal Perspectives

This paper summarizes the opening roundtable of IOG’s TANAGA (Towards a New Aboriginal Governance Agenda) series. The session provided a theoretical basis for the series of discussions on Aboriginal governance in Canada by engaging the issue of good governance principles and their applicability in indigenous contexts in Canada and around the world.

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