The Participatory and Integrated Policy (PIP) process is a structured approach to research, dialogue, decision-making, institutional reform and development-resource allocation, which promotes greater involvement of all stakeholders in the policy process and harmonises their conflicting objectives, strategies and capacities. This field guide is designed to provide some structure to researching the policy formulation process. It aims to complement, and forms a bridge between, the specific social, economic, environmental and technical fisheries skills of researchers in the area of small -scale fisheries policy.
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Title: Participatory and Integrated Policy: A Field Guide for Policy Formulation in Small-Scale Fisheries
Publication date 1996-04-01
Publication Year 1996
, sub sector
, private sector development
, small scale
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