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J. Responding to Social, Political and Cultural Change

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Inclusive citizenship and participatory governance
Intro
Studied at University of Santo Tomas
Laurence Mcquarrie F. Marbella
J. Responding to Social, Political and Cultural Change

Friends 459
Lives in Calamba, Philippines
Andres Bonifacio
with
Laurence Mcquarrie F. Marbella
and
7 others
July 1 at 5:30 p.m. Calamba
Victoria Court
with
Laurence Mcquarrie F. Marbella
and
7 others
July 1 at 5:30 p.m. Calamba
Objective:
Develop a plan of action for community based response to change.
This strategic area focuses on the opportunities for engagement between CSOs and institutions in governance; putting civil society-government interaction into practice.
Participatory governance is about how the state, the market and Civil Society interact to effect change
These interactions involve the inclusion of Civil Society in decision-making processes, enabling citizens to exercise voice and vote, and engaging in policy formation among others.

Social movements
organizations, groups of people, and individuals, who act together to bring about transformation in society.
Non-governmental organizations
Voluntary, in contrast to compulsory organizations like the state or some traditional, religious organizations, and they do not make profits, like corporations. It is sometimes said that they are ‘value driven’ organizations (Brett, 1993)
National or religious movements
These are organizations based on particular sections of society, defined in terms of culture, kin or religion
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