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Expert Advocacy for the Marginalised How and Why Democratic Mediation Matters to Deepening Democracy in the Global South

Published on 7 June 2011

Democratic mediation is already a common element in most forms of participatory engagement between citizens and public authorities. And as governance becomes ever more complex in a globalising world, bridging the gap between marginalised communities and public authorities is likely to become increasingly important.

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IDS
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Piper, L. and von Lieres, B
journal
IDS Research Summary of IDS Working Paper, issue 364

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