Governance and Coordination

Abel Atiti
No. of Members: 19

Governance within an RCE network refers to the coordination of interdependent actors from public, private and local community stakeholders for the purposes of developing and implementing collaborative education for sustainable development programs. Ideally, governance structures need to be designed to capture decision-making processes, which are decentralized and characterized by fluidity. An RCE is expected to produce the maximum possible education and learning value, greater than the sum of what each single stakeholder would achieve without collaboration. Deliberations during the 7th Global RCE in Tongyeong, Republic of Korea generated the following three action points for implementation: 1. Carry out comparative research on RCE governance and explore what is currently working. 2. Share research on what makes a 'productive' partnership in an RCE context. 3. Implement module on governance in African RCEs

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