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Building Dialogue Between Citizens and the State: Six factors contributing to change in the Within and Without the State programme in DRC

Building Dialogue Between Citizens and the State: Six factors contributing to change in the Within and Without the State programme in DRC
12 pages

Authors
Morrissey, Annabel

Publication date
08 Jun 2016

ISBN
978-0-85598-744-2

Publisher
Oxfam GB

Series
Within and Without the State

Type
Case study

This case study reflects on progress of Oxfam’s Within and Without the State (WWS) programme in the Équateur Province of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) following a visit by the WWS Programme Coordinator in March 2016. Despite the project being relatively new in DRC, signs of change are already being seen. This case study outlines six key contributing factors to constructive engagement between civil society and the state, using examples and testimonies from community members involved in the project. It keeps two questions in mind: What does this change look like? And how is this change happening?

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