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China - Governance Assessments Project Assessment
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Authors/Editors: Harry Garnett
The project Support for the Development of a Governance Assessment Framework in China (2008) aimed to build a broad consensus on governance assessment, and establish a governance assessment framework in accordance with the realities of political development in China and based on the latest international research on governance assessments.
The objective of this review is to assess the extent to which the project was innovative and catalytic in the context of the country concerned. It asks what has made the project succeed or fail, and why. And it informs UNDP’s future strategic policy and programme planning processes in the democratic governance focus areas.
The report is structured in four sections, in the following manner:
A country context
An outline of the activities of the Support for the Development of a Governance Assessment Framework in China (2008) project
An analysis of the impact of the project
A discussion about learned lessons from the review and some recommendations for the future