Civil Society Participation in Global Partnerships

Save the Children is currently supporting the process to build a Global Partnership to End Violence against Children (GPEVAC). See: http://www.end-violence.org

In preparation for discussions about the long term governance arrangements, Save the Children desired to learn from the experience of other multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) options for participation by NGOs, civil society and target populations in the global and/or national governance structures of MSPs in ways that are proportionate, representative and effective.

Save the Children commissioned a 10-day research study on this issue (See Terms of Reference in Annex 1 of this publication). In particular, the study focused on:

  • the ways in which civil society has been included in governance structures at global and national levels.
  • lessons learnt on the advantages and disadvantages of different models of civil society participation.

This report presents the methodology and findings of that study.

Published 2016-03-09

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Publisher
Publication year
2016
Format
pdf, 26p.

Document Information

Publisher
Publication year
2016
Format
pdf, 26p.