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In international relations, multilateralism refers to an alliance of multiple countries pursuing a .... When enacting foreign policies, governments face a choice between ... Jump up ^ Andrew Hurrell, "One world, many worlds: the place of regions in the study of international society," International Affairs, 83:1, 2007, pp 127-146.

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The multilateral partners are also working to expand OGP, by helping ... as catalyst of emerging networks of stakeholders from governments, civil society and the ...

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Civil Society Environment Fund – Zambia. As part of their ongoing support to the environment and natural resource sector, the governments of Denmark and ...

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Dec 14, 2017 ... Connect reformers from government, civil society, business associations, and other relevant multilateral institutions; Identify good practices of ...

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Jun 14, 2000 ... Governments must produce a PRSP in consultation with civil society, the private sector, local government, the IMF and World Bank, bilateral ...

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The U.S. Government commitment to enhancing multilateral partnerships has ... the areas of advocacy, government and civil society collaboration, HIV/AIDS and  ...

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494 MDBs, Governments, and Civil Society agenda as it is applied by the multilateral development banks at the global and local levels and in relation to their ...

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May 10, 2013 ... The role of multilateral donor agencies in global health is a new area of ..... His actions were not prompted by government and civil society ...

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As the Internet expands further into our economy and society, governments will be ... tensions driven by nationalism, multilateralism and global power dynamics.