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TOPIC GUIDE ON COMMUNICATION AND GOVERNANCE

TOPIC GUIDE ON COMMUNICATION AND GOVERNANCE

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TOPIC GUIDE ON 
COMMUNICATION
AND
 
GOVERNANCE
 
Huma Haider,
Claire Mcloughlin and Zoë Scott
August
2011
 
 
TOPIC
 
GUIDE
 
ON
COMMUNICATION
 
AND
 
GOVERNANCE
Huma Haider, Claire Mcloughlin and Zoë Scott
Produced in collaboration with the Communication for Governance andAccountability Program (CommGAP)
 
 
A
BOUT THIS GUIDE
 
This guide introduces some of the best recent literature on the role of communication in governance. Ithighlights the major critical debates surrounding the relationship between communication, governmentaccountability and responsiveness, and state-society relations in developing countries. It is intendedprimarily as a reference for policymakers, and highlights practical guidance, lessons learned and casestudies on supporting the development of independent and plural media systems, increasing access toinformation, and using communication tools in governance reform processes across a range of contexts,including fragile and conflict-affected states. New publications and emerging issues will be regularlyincorporated.The guide was first written by Claire Mcloughlin (GSDRC) and Zoe Scott (GSDRC) in April 2010. Thesecond edition was written by Huma Haider (GSDRC) in August 2011. It was produced in closecollaboration with the World Bank’s Communication for Governance and Accountability Program(CommGAP). The GSDRC appreciates the expert contributions made by Antonio Lambino and Anne-Katrin Arnold (CommGAP), Pippa Norris (Kennedy School of Government), and Gerry Power (BBC).Comments or document suggestions can be sent to Claire Mcloughlin: Claire@gsdrc.org 
First published May 2010Second edition August 2011Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC)International Development Department, College of Social SciencesUniversity of Birmingham, UK© University of Birmingham 2011 

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