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The Effectiveness of Inclusive Governance

Social Capital & the Participation of Marginalised groups in Government 2001-04

An Absolute Duty

Close the Pay Gap

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Cardiff University's Masters Degree module in Inclusive Governance

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Cardiff University's Masters Degree Module in Inclusive Governance

Module ran by Paul Chaney as part of the Cardiff University MSc in Equality & Diversity.

SIT062: Inclusive Governance

This module explores contemporary initiatives to achieve an inclusive mode of governance; one that addresses the longstanding patterns of marginalization and discrimination experienced by a variety of social groupings. It uses a range of theoretical perspectives and empirical studies that relate to the public, private and voluntary sectors in order to develop a comprehensive analysis of present attempts to reframe governance in a way that promotes equality, addresses diverse needs, and fosters citizen participation from all sections of society. We examine civic activism, representation, consultation and policymaking. Critical analysis is undertaken of democratic innovations designed to foster ‘inclusiveness’ and models of best practice are identified.

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[The Effectiveness of Inclusive Governance]

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[An Absolute Duty] [Close the Pay Gap]

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