INCLUDE will, for the last time for the research programme ‘New Roles of CSOs for Inclusive Development’, bring together a range of researchers, policymakers, and civil society representatives from the global North and South. The programme New Roles of CSOs for Inclusive Development investigated the assumptions underpinning the current civil society policy framework ‘Dialogue & Dissent’ of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The closing conference will focus on co-creating the knowledge on advocacy that has come out of the programme’s eight research projects with civil society experts.

To reassure the broad representation of CSOs, one participant from each CSO was encouraged to register. Download the programme through this link.

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