Democracy and Decentralization: A Policy Perspective on Nepal from POLSAN Seminar
Ganga B. Thapa
The Association, 1996 - Decentralization in government - 126 pages
Proceedings of the National Seminar on Strengthening Participatory Democracy through Decentralization.
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Decentralization Planning and Peoples Participation in Decision
Decentralization in a SocioCulturally Plural Society
Civil Society and the Role of NGOs in Political Education
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Acharya administrative reform allocation areas authority Bhattachan bodies bottom-up development Build Your Village bureaucracy BYVY castes and ethnic central government Chhetris civic nationalism civil society Commission concept Constitution context cultural DDCs Decentralization Act decentralization in Nepal decision deconcentration democratic Development Program Development Project devolution devolutionary District Development Committee donor economic elected electoral elites empowerment ethnic groups Gurung implemented institutions intervention issues Janajati Kathmandu Kham Magar Krishna Lalitpur language leaders Magar Maithili majority Ministry mobilization movement Municipality Nepal Sadbhavana Party Nepalese Nepali Congress Nepalma Newars NGOs non-governmental non-governmental organizations offices organizations Panchayat paper participatory democracy people's participation percent Ph.D planning policies political parties POLSAN poor population priority problem Rashtriya reform for bottom-up regional role RSDC rural development sector Self-Reliance Shrestha social strengthening structure Swabalamban Tamang Text in Nepali Thapa urban user groups variable VDCs Village Development Committee voters