Good quality policymaking and governance are increasingly crucial factors in the search for sustainable growth and equitable development. At the same time, the conditions for public policy to produce the desired results have changed dramatically.
Contemporary policy challenges go well beyond the traditional limits of the public sector and the confines of the nation-state. They range over a wide-spectrum of religious, ethnic, historical, economic, and political variables involving an ever-larger number of stakeholders and constituents in the local, national, regional, and international domains.
This situation calls for a new brand of policymakers and leaders, drawn from all sectors of society and trained to look at the issues from an interdisciplinary and international perspective.
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