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Participatory governance (sometimes called participatory democracy) refers to forms of governance in which citizens, and other non-state actors, are empowered to influence and share control in processes of public decision-making that affect their lives. In traditional systems of representative democracy, citizens frequently lack access to information, have inadequate opportunities for meaningful dialogue and ...

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