On 22 February, the six research groups in the Assumptions programme gathered in Utrecht with INCLUDE and NWO-WOTRO to discuss the ongoing issues in the research programme ‘New roles of CSOs for Inclusive Development; Assumptions underlying Dialogue and Dissent’. The meeting was a follow-up to the Inception Workshop held on 15 December, in which the research groups had requested an additional meeting to strengthen cooperation among the researchers and discuss the concepts and methodology relevant to all research projects within the Assumptions programme. The next Assumptions workshop will be held on 17 May, at which time the research groups will share their literature review with a broader group of stakeholders (policymakers and CSOs).


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