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GPSA Knowledge Platform forums Forum Breaking the cycle of discontinuity in Public Policies: Tell us about your experience (Webinar follow-up)

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    Dear users,

    As mentioned in today’s webinar on “Breaking the cycle of discontinuity: an indicator of public policy institutionalization” with Fabio Ono and Daniel Bourghardt, from the Centro de Liderança Pública (Center of Public Leadership), Brazil, we would like to invite you to share your experience with public policy institutionalization.

    The Center of Public Leadership has developped an interesting indicator to measure public policy institutionalization and they are seeking feedback and similar experiences that could inform the implementation process of the indicator.

    Based on your experience…
    1. Do you have any examples of public policy discontinuity in your country?
    2. Which do you believe are the greatest obstacles for public policy institutionalization in developing countries?

    In case you missed the webinar, the following materials will allow you to know more about the CLP’s indicator of public policy institutionalization:

    Recording of the webinar

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