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Report | La coconstruction de l'action publique : définition, enjeux, discours et pratiques Laurent FRAISSE, 2018

Resources Governance and Partnerships


Co-construction as a process for developing and implementing public action has gradually gained ground over the past decade. Based on regional experiments, it has become a demand of several network heads and stakeholder groups. As part of a drive to democratize public action, it often begins with recognition by public authorities of players, initiatives and networks that are poorly taken into account in public decision-making processes.

At the initiative of the Réseau des collectivités Territoriales pour une Économie Solidaire, this research was developed and conducted in partnership between researchers from the Collège d'études mondiales, FMSH and leaders of several networks: the Collectif des Associations Citoyennes, the Mouvement Associatif, the Réseau National des Maisons des Associations and the Union Fédérale des Intervenants dans le Secteur Culturel. This research was supported by the Institut CDC pour la Recherche of the Caisse des Dépôts.

Keywords : Citizens, Coconstruction, Culture, Stakeholders, Public policies, Networks, Territories