CLME+ Good practice guidelines for successful National Intersectoral Coordinating Mechanisms (NICs) - CLME+ HUB

CLME+ Good practice guidelines for successful National Intersectoral Coordinating Mechanisms (NICs)

These guidelines on good practices that   favour success are intended for all current and potential NIC stakeholders. These range from citizens as members of the public to policymakers as leaders in governance. The document covers some key features and functions of most NICs, good practices   for success, some samples of successful NICs, and references and resources for readers to obtain more information. The document is kept as short and      simple   as possible for such a complex subject.

Year: 2017
Author: Compton, S., McConney, P., Monnereau, I., Simmons, B. & Mahon, R.
Keywords: coordination mechanism, governance
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