Ensuring public participation in service delivery: Strengthening the realisation of socio-economic rights

On 31 July 2008, the Socio-Economic Rights Project of the Community Law Centre hosted a one-day conference on ensuring public participation in service delivery.

The conference was intended to provide a forum where those who seek to promote and improve the practice of public participation can discuss and reflect on this important issue, share experiences and highlighting implications and challenges of public participation, especially at the grassroots level, and explore the various ways or opportunities of ensuring that residents and communities participate in service delivery decisions and processes. The conference was also aimed at raising awareness of the legislative and policy framework on public participation.

A summary of the conference is published in the ESR Review Vol. 9 No.3 2008.

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