Participation as the Essence of Good Governance: Some General Reflections and a Case Study on the Arctic Council

The present contribution explores aspects of good governance on the global dimension with participation as one of the key elements of a well-governed system, focusing on the Arctic Council’s (AC) commitment to enhance indigenous peoples’ participation in the environmental decision-making process... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Margherita Paola Poto verfasserin
Weitere Personen: Lara Fornabaio verfasserin
Quelle: In Arctic Review on Law and Politics (01.11.2017)
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