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Resources

What are the most important books out there? Where can I find relevant information on case studies, participatory governance, workshops? What are useful websites? This section will give you a head start in finding the most important and latest resources about multi-stakeholder processes, participation, development issues as well as practical guides and guidelines. You will find not only books, but also other resource-portals and interesting websites.

Key literature

Multi-Stakeholder Processes for Governance and Sustainability: Beyond Deadlock and Conflict (2002) by Minu Hemmati

Democratice Dialogue: A Handbook for Practitioners (2007) by Bettye Pruitt and Philip Thomas

Participatory Workshops: A Sourcebook of 21 Sets of Ideas and Activities (2002) by Robert Chambers

Multi-Stakeholder Platforms for Integrated Water Management (2007) edited by Jeroen Warner

Chain-Wide Learning for Inclusive Agrifood Market Development: A guide to multi-stakeholder processes for linking small-scale producers to modern markets (2008) by Sonja Vermeulen, Jim Woodhill, Felicity Proctor and Rik Delnoye

Societal Learning and Change: How Governments, Business and Civil Society are Creating Solutions to Complex Multi-Stakeholder Problems (2005) by Steve Waddell

Social Learning towards a Sustainable World (2007) edited by Arjen Wals