The challenges and opportunities for CSO involvement in Dutch-funded interventions in developing countries.
|Title||The end of the poldermodel? : the role of dissent in Dutch international water policy|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Secondary Title||WASH Debate "Dialogue and dissent: Looking at the role of civil society in achieving SDG 6 by 2030", The Hague, the Netherlands, 26 June 2019|
|Place Published||Amsterdam, the Netherlands|
The Dutch NGO Both Ends is involved in two Strategic Partnerships for Dialogue & Dissent funded by the Netherlands government. One of them, the Fair Green & Global (FGG) Alliance, support capacity building of civil society organisations (CSOs) to effectively voice their views and hold policymakers and companies to account. The role of dissent is seen to contribute towards equality, equity and justice. The lessons learned by the FGG Alliance to address the concerns of Indonesian CSOs regarding land reclamations in Jakarta Bay Masterplan will be taken up to support CSO involvement in the Manila Bay Sustainable Development Masterplan in the Philippines. The challenges and opportunities for CSO involvement in Dutch-funded interventions in developing countries are briefly outlined. Presented at the WASH Debate "Dialogue and dissent: Looking at the role of civil society in achieving SDG 6 by 2030", in The Hague, the Netherlands on 26 June 2019.
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