Call for Papers: "Partnership-Based Models of Government Programs"
There has been a growing sense of polarization worldwide over the issue of the role of governments in the lives of their citizens: which services governments should provide, to whom, the extent of those services, and how to pay for them. A better question could be, “Do government services always orient toward hierarchies of domination, or are there positive examples of partnership-based government programs?”
The theme for the fall 2020 issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies is “Partnership-Based Models of Government Programs.” Please consider submitting reports of research, reports of projects, or examples of current or historical models of successful government-supported partnership-based programs. It takes a vision to launch a movement.
The submission deadline is September 15, 2020.
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