New Social Demands: The Challenges of Governance, Volume 71

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Council of Europe, 2002 - Political Science - 211 pages
This volume presents the findings of the Forum on "New Social Demands and Governance". The forum provided an important contribution to the much-needed reflection on setting up new institutional frameworks and creating new practices of social dialogue and partnerships in order to encourage interaction between new social demands, public debate and political responses. Social cohesion is an important condition for stability and prosperity in member states and beyond.

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the challenges of governance
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