Be more inclusive now: Steps to bring more stakeholders to the table in fragile states
Political inclusivity is the theme of the moment. We’ve seen it driving populist movements from the Philippines to the United States; underlying the “Brexit” debacle in the United Kingdom; and weaving through the UN’s recent reviews of its peacekeeping and peacebuilding work.
But what does it mean for peacekeepers and development specialists that have grown up in a government-to-government world? As expectations steadily grow for involvement of non-elite stakeholders, how do managers need to adapt programme approaches, systems and processes, and organisational culture? […]