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Parliamentary Power to the People: Analysing Online and Offline Startegies in Latin America


Author: Greg Michener
Published by: Open Society Foundations
Date: 2011

This report explores how Parliamentary Monitoring Organizations (PMO) can leverage online and offline strategies to make legislative information of greater social and political utility. The report focuses on Latin America, but provides inferences that travel across regions. It highlights context-based constraints and identifies PMO strategies that help foster engagement, participation, learning, and political accountability

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