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Painel em Governança Intersetorial com a População na IV International Conference on Public Policy

Atualizado: 23 de Jul de 2019

Dia 26 de Junho aconteceu, na Universidade de Concórdia, em Montreal, o Painel co-organizado pelo LAP2D "Governança Intersetorial com a População: Ilusões e Realidade". A ocasião foi a relevante IV International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP).


Durante o painel, os diálogos corresponderam a modos de analisar, mensurar e compreender estratégias e mecanismos de governança intersetorial e participativa. Os papers corresponderam em especial a estudos sobre o Brasil e o Canadá, considerando desde olhares mais generalistas, até perspectivas identitárias e voltadas à saúde e às políticas para a juventude.


Confira os interessantes artigos apresentados:


Evaluation and transversal public policies: race, gender and sexual diversity

Regina Laisner (Unesp)

http://www.ippapublicpolicy.org//file/paper/5d141ed345c00.pdf










Involving and maintaining youth user’s participation in design, implementation and policy evaluation: The case of mental health and youth transition to adulthood

Naïma Bentayeb (ENAP Quebec), Simon Courtemanche (CISSS,Laval), Martin Goyette (ENAP Quebec), Benjamin Weiss (ENAP Quebec).

http://www.ippapublicpolicy.org//file/paper/5cff1774707e2.pdf





Interpreting cross-cutting policy dynamics in contemporary Brazil – dialogic paths and new dilemmas

Doriana Daroit e Fernanda Cruz (UnB)

http://www.ippapublicpolicy.org//file/paper/5d0eaed9600b9.pdf










Articulate to Implement: the role of CEDET in the institutional arrangement of public policy of special education for intellectual gifted and talented students in Brazil

Gustavo Costa de Souza, Rafael Silva (UFLA)

http://www.ippapublicpolicy.org//file/paper/5cff0a16adb94.pdf







Ensuring participation in the regionalization of Brazilian health policy: are the mechanisms enough?

Lara Laranja, Magda Lucio (UnB)

http://www.ippapublicpolicy.org//file/paper/5cfed71487690.pdf










Commonalities and differences to mobilize the population in sectoral versus intersectoral policies

Pernelle Smits (Université Laval) e Fernanda Cruz (UnB)

http://www.ippapublicpolicy.org//file/paper/5d0be087be594.pdf











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