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International Coalitions
During its second phase the MOST Programme is an instigator and an active participant in various international coalitions and works to strengthen its ties with these networks through contributions to various international forums.
These forums represent a collaborative effort between the MOST Programme and four different types of networks:

Scientific Networks:

* International Forum on the Social Science – Policy Nexus More…

Policy Networks:

* Forum of Ministers of Social Affairs/Social Development in several regions More…

* Cooperation with Local Authorities More..

United Nations Networks:

* Influencing decision-making in the area of social policies and the follow-up to the World Summit for Social Development (Copenhagen + 10). More...

Advocacy Networks:

* Restitution Conference for the World Social Forum at Porto Alegre in 2005. More...

See also:

* Partners' Links More...




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