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Free Makeup Samples Without Participation - Your Basics Guide
Free Makeup Samples Without Participation - Your Basics Guide - Get beautiful makeup and cosmetic samples without participation in surveys or the like.
Uploaded by janetdawson on 03/22/2011
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

Public Participation and Ethical Issues on E-governance: A Study Perspective in Nepal
Abstract: E-governance is a way for governments to use the most innovative information and communication technologies (ICTs), to provide public and businesses with convenient access to government information and services, to improve the quality of the s ervices and to provide greater opportunities to participate in government activities. E-government offers a huge movement to move forward with higher quality, cost-effective, government services and a better relationship between people and government. Thi s paper investigates how public participant in e-government can be enhanced in Nepal with ethical implementation of e-government. A case study from e-government context in Nepal was taken to study public participation, service delivery, challenges and eth ical issues. A policy network theory was applied on e-governance policy-making processes in the perspective of Nepal. The finding of the study was focused on good governance which includes issues of efficiency of service delivery,...
Uploaded by on 11/10/2014
Digital publication details: 15 pages.

Enabling Citizen Participation in Gov 2.0: An Empowerment Perspective
Abstract: In order to investigate the low levels of citizen participation in Gov2.0, we used the theoretical lens of empowerment to better understand the use of Gov2.0. The paper includes an analysis of both management and psychology literatures; elaborates and discusses the conceptual issues of citizen empowerment, satisfaction, and participation in Gov2.0. A research model to enhance the understanding of citizen participation in Gov 2.0 is presented in this paper. The model includes four factors pertaining to empowerment theory: sense of impact, competence, meaningfulness and sense of control, which are believed to influence citizen participation in Gov2.0. A further positive outcome of citizen empowerment is higher levels of satisfaction with Gov 2.0. These suggestions make a strong case for citizen empowerment in Gov 2.0 to enhance the understanding of citizen participation in Gov. 2.0 as well as providing useful information for government agencies. Government agency...
Uploaded by on 12/31/1969
Digital publication details: 17 pages.

Coaching Guide for Youth Initiatives and Participation
This guide is an attempt to come to a common understanding on how to provide support and advice to groups of young people running Youth Initiative projects. It explores key concepts like Youth Initiatives and Active Participation; offers perspectives to reflect on the role of a coach and implications of the coaching effects; guides on how coaching might be structured and elements and methods within the frame of youth work; reflects different dimensions of participation with some hints and advice to act in concrete situations; provides with examples of Youth Initiatives and related coaching experiences; offers a selection of methods, techniques and instruments to be used when coaching Youth Initiatives.
Uploaded by nerijuskriauciunas on 10/21/2012
Digital publication details: 153 pages.

Exploring User Participation Practice in Public E-Service Development – Why, How and in Whose...
User participation is seen as an important enabler for successful public e-service development. However, at the same time development of public e-services is still often characterised by an internal government perspective with little consideration for external users’ perspectives. This paper challenges the overly positive attitude that is surrounding user participation in e-government research. The paper aims to illustrate and problematize various aspects that influence why, how, and in whose interest user participation is conducted in public e-service development. First, via a literature review, we identify a set of dimensions for critically exploring how, why, and in whose interest user participation is conducted in public e-service development projects. Second, we use these dimensions in order to characterise and analyse three empirical public e-service development cases in order to test the utility, usefulness, and feasibility of the identified dimensions. Our findings...
Uploaded by on 12/31/1969
Digital publication details: 15 pages.

Improving Gender Equality and Grassroots Participation through Good Land Governance
This training package provides an introduction to the important, complex, and sometimes daunting theme of improving land governance as a means to enhance gender equality and grassroots participation in land matters. This training package is designed for professionals, working in the field of land, governance, grassroots participation and gender in public institutions or civil society organizations. The goal of the training is to improve women's land and property rights and promote the participation of grassroots communities in land processes. The focus is on gender equality and grassroots participation as vital dimensions of good land governance. The training package is prepared in two volumes: Trainee's Handbook: Readers and References and; Trainer's Guide and Training Tools. Training providers and other stakeholders interested in carrying out the training course are encouraged to fully utilize the package and implement it as set out in these two volumes.
Uploaded by unhabitat on 04/02/2012
Digital publication details: 146 pages.

Using SMS Texting to Encourage Democratic Participation by Youth Citizens: a Case Study of a...
Public administrations across Europe take the view that using digital media for consultation with citizens will help to increase their democratic participation. In the UK, the Government has encouraged local authorities to experiment with new electronic communication channels for this purpose. This paper presents a case study in which one such medium, the mobile phone, is being used in an attempt to raise participation amongst young people. It evaluates a project set up to use SMS text messaging as a means of electronic consultation with young people by a council in the North of England. Specifically, it examines the effect of text messaging on democratic participation by the young and the effect of this type of consultation on the processes of the political administration. This case study identifies a number of organizational, social and cultural issues that may limit the scope for using this technology to increase youth participation and change the relationship between young...
Uploaded by on 12/12/2006
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

Governance for Urbanism: Participation and Reason
The the second lecture of the series 'Governance for Urbanism', where I contrast two terms relevant for spatial planing and design. In this presentation, i contrast 'Participation' and 'Reason'. This lecture presents the fundamental philosophical arguments for participation in urban development, discusses the relevance and meaning of participation and gives examples of tools.
Uploaded by robertorocco on 12/20/2011
Digital publication details: 80 pages.

Competent Electronic Participation Channels in Electronic Democracy
Electronic Democracy is appearing in political agendas across countries and boarders. This paper refers to electronic participation channels implemented to digitalize decision processes in an electronic democracy. Electronic participation includes the sub processes of information acquisition and formation of an opinion. The function of efficient electronic participation in electronic democracy is crucial and indispensable. Electronic Democracy provides citizens with the opportunity to engage efficiently in democratic processes. Current technology can be perceived as an evolution of traditional communication linkages between political representatives and citizens. These can provide an "extensive library" of information and a "meeting point" for political debate. A surplus of existing technologies provides the means to enhance the unidirectional and bidirectional communication paths between citizens and involved political entities. Such a technological deployment though must meet a...
Uploaded by on 03/30/2009
Digital publication details: 14 pages.

Expanding the Capacity to Increase Cultural Participation
The proposed project described in this document aims at generating new perspectives for looking at the relationships between arts and communities in which it explores the cultural participation in the context of people’s daily lives. The results of the study can contribute to policy-making based on a solid research foundation. The centerpiece of this study is to capture the complex factors affecting individual’s participation. By gaining a better understanding of such factors, the study will suggest how arts organizations can develop more targeted and, therefore, more effective strategies for encouraging participation (Kevin McCarthy and Kimberly Jinnett 2001).
Uploaded by saadaqeel on 05/01/2012
Digital publication details: 11 pages.
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