Power and Making Change Happen

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Author: Raji Hunjan and Soumountha Keophilavong

Year: 2010

ISBN: 978-0-900259-78-4

This report is based on findings of a project designed to support civil society to analyse power and, as a result, take action for social change. It describes how strategies for change can be strengthened when organisations and their communities have a better understanding of their own power and what they can achieve.


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