Democratic Dialogue Handbook for Practitioners
2007. Author: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), International IDEA, Organization of American States (OAS), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
The Handbook examines current practice in the field of dialogue and seeks to demonstrate how dialogue can contribute to peace, development and democratic governance. The Handbooks offers practioners conceptual approaches to dialogue as well as options and tools on designing, facilitating, implementing, and assessing dialogue processes. The last sections presents three fully developed cases showing different approaches in different regions - in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
- Dialogue Process