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  • Dec 1, 2006

    Participants in UNDP's Asian Young Leaders in Governance (AYLG) were trained on systems thinking for transformational change, cross-cultural communications and leadership, conflict resolution and negotiation, and leadership styles tools, as well as on anti-corruption and leadership, gender and leadership, capacity assessment for leadership development, and indigenous peoples and development.

  • Leadership Development: Leading Transformations at the Local Level
    Nov 1, 2006

    This document provides specific evidence of existing leadership programmes, primarily within international multilateral, bilateral and non-governmental organisations, and examines the array of methodologies and materials currently in use. It also focuses on local leadership development since this is the level for which more evidence exists and which coincides best with UNDP strategic opportunity.

  • Voice and Accountability for Human Development
    Aug 1, 2009

    UNDP Corporate Strategy charts a course to revitalize the engagement of UNDP with civil society and its organizations. It seeks to bring about a fundamental shift in the relationship, geared towards recognizing the evolving nature and growing influence of civil society, drawing on its strengths and capacities, and maximizing the potential of civic engagement for development.

  • Civil Society Engagement in PSIA Processes: A Review
    Feb 1, 2007

    This study, commissioned by UNDP from the Overseas Development Institute, calls for broader national participation in Poverty and Social Impact Analysis (PSIA) processes. It includes three country case studies from Uganda, Armenia and Bolivia.

  • UNDP and Civil Society Organizations: Partners in Development

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