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Research outputs: PUBLIC POLICY
Public finance is considered to be the overriding factor in determining the viability of local government. Presumably, without sound financi...
Beginning with an overview of the origin and core elements of ubuntu, this article focuses on the idea that the analytic process required to...
This paper is a contribution to the evidence base for a new DFID strategy on exclusion. It provides a desk-based review of lessons learnt fr...Download this report
2003 A human rights perspective on policy implementation processes: observations from the South African public service
This study considers the implementation of public policy from a human rights perspective, and relates to the broad application of human righ...Download this report