What Have We Learned? The Strategic Social Plan for Newfoundland and Labrador: Strengthening Collaborative Approaches to Development
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Background: Newfoundland and Labrador is an interesting and challenging place for an experiment in participatory social policy development. Similar to other primary resource-based economies with little or no local ownership or control, the province has seldom known steady, long-term prosperity. Until recently, its political culture and institutions have been characterized by hierarchy and deference to political elites, though this is rapidly changing. Municipal institutions are relatively new and fragile and local leadership maybe underdeveloped...
Newfoundland , Discussion paper , Cura , Labrador , Communications