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BOOK
Title Planning from below : a decentralized participatory planning proposal, volumes I and II / Marta Harnecker and José Bartolomé ; with the collaboration of Noel López ; translated by Federico Fuentes
Imprint ©2019
New York : Monthly Review Press, [2019]

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Descript 307 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Note "Originally published by Centro de Investigaciones 'Memoria Popular Latinoamericana' Havana, Cuba, February 2018."--Title page verson
Includes bibliographical references
Volume I -- Conceptual aspects -- What we mean by decentralized participatory planning -- Venezuela and Kerala experiences -- Levels of planning and type of plans -- Necessary conditions for decentralised participatory planning -- Phases in the planning process -- General considerations -- Entities at the higher levels -- Entities and actors at the local level -- Other entities -- Appendices -- Appendix I. Levels of decentralization and competencies -- Appendix II. System of participation flow chart -- Appendix III. Proposals -- Appendix IV. Timetable -- Appendix V. Consolidating community organization -- Volume II -- Database -- Direct knowledge of the lay of the land -- Formulating the desired changes and transforming them into a list of aspirations (first step) -- Defining priorities (second step) -- Projects -- Establishing budgetary and sector-based priorities -- Prior tasks to be carried out by the planning and budget teams -- Formulating plans -- Implementation, oversight, and evaluation -- Appendix I. Examples of forms and tables for collecting and consolidating information into a database -- Appendix II. Some motivating questions to formulate the aspirations in a community -- Appendix III. Form to evaluate a project
In this book, Marta Harnecker, with Spanish economist José Bartolomé, shares some of her wisdom on how communities everywhere can gain empowerment. For, when impoverished people became involved in the planning process, they no longer feel like beggars demanding solutions from the state; they become the creators of their own destiny. Set out in two parts; this book first demonstrates the importance of community participants working outside a hierarchy, to allow as much decentralization as possible. The second part of the book centers on the methodology of this process: the various tasks taken on by participants and how, in planning processes over years, they are carried out
Subject Community development.
Democratization.
Political participation.
Political planning.
Samhällsarbete
Demokratisering
Politiskt deltagande
Politisk planering
Classmark 320.6098
Alt Auth Bartolomé, José,
Fuentes, Federico,
Translation Memoria popular latinoamericana. English
ISBN/ISSN 9781583677551 (pbk.)
1583677550
9781583677568 (hardcover)
1583677569
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