Effective Participation by Developing Countries in International Governance and Institutions
To increase the effectiveness of developing country participation in international governance and institutions by:
- Identifying constraints to more effective participation by developing country delegates to global governance and institutions
- Identifying what forms of participation have been more or less effective, to determine 'best practice'
- Assisting the three case study countries (Bolivia / Guyana / Zimbabwe) to make policy changes leading to better practice, and identifying what donors could do to help.
Alan Bojanic - Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganaderia y Desarrollo Rural, Bolivia
Nigel Durrant - Guyana Ministry of Agriculture, Georgetown, Guyana
Richard Hess - Imani Development, Harare, Zimbabwe
Peter G H Frost - Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe
Michael Richards - Research Associate, ODI
Senior Research Associate