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PARTICIPATIVE SYSTEMS – PARTICIPATION LABS (applied, competent, cooperative, responsibie participation)
Approaching conflicts and tensions in Germany from the perspective of conflict transformation, political participation (incl. advanced political rights) and transparency. Applying, enhancing all these three areas in Germany, one of the developed, "mature" European countries. Focusing on the positive interaction, the "synthesis", of these areas, on...
annexes to Conflict Transformation in Germany – see there for abstract
COUNTRIES' COMPETITIVENESS VS. CORRUPTION / CORRUPTION • one of the main (many?) factors suffocating emerging economies / WORLD COMPETITIVENESS • ranking by IMD Lausanne / CORRUPTION PERCEPTION INDEX • ranking by TI / Göttingen University / COMPETITIVENESS AND CORRUPTION (other factors as well) • highly competitive clean countries • uncompetitive c...
This call sumps up a number of discussions and conferences throughout Europe about developing democracy across boarders ("transnational democracy") in Europe, in the EU. It calls for (1) a permanent European Citizens' Convention (ECC) on the European Constitution and (2) putting both under citizens' sovereignty (ECC+C). Released in August 2003 thro...
CERGE-EI Prague, 11 November 1998, conference & workshop organized by CERGE-EI, CPA, CSEE, ESCE/WSMO, HST, TI-CH, TI-CZ, report of June 1999, 31 pages, presentations and speaches License: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
– Open for peer review, cooperation – (en): In one of the countries in which the government, its formation, the changes coalition/opposition seem to be of some importance – and, above all, repeatedly arouse hope, as long as one does not "make a fist in the pocket" or already resigned – the people involved in more democracy wonder, what is the rol...
We invite you to participate in : Developing and implementing processes to make "cheap" / "forgotten" / "(commercially) not interesting" yet effective (and, of course, duly tested) drugs (medicines) available to all. Building up a world wide network. More about : researchgate.net/project/Nonprofit-drugs, disulfiram.wordpress.com / How this all began : google.com/search?q=Lewison+EF+Prog+Clin+Biol+Res+1977 (Lewison EF Prog Clin Biol Res 1977)
More democracy, more direct democracy – developing representative democracies