Social movement, public policy changes and partnerships building for local development

  • Mário Vasconcellos
  • Ana Maria Vasconcellos
Palavras-chave: Social Movement. Partnership. Local Development

Resumo

The paper debates the rural social movement’s infl uence on policy changes for small-scale rural producers and the creation of partnerships between Government and Local Organizations for local development in Amazonia, particularly in Pará state. The paper’s goal is to examine partnership as a result of an interactive process of both changes of public policies and the demands of social movements. The paper shows that although social movements are part of a relation of conflict between state and society, in Pará they were a precondition for changes in public policy, financing and in the priorities of regional agencies that resulted in propositions for cooperation between local Government and Local Organizations at município level

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2016-02-11