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Title:State recognition of local authorities and public participation: experiences, obstacles and possibilities in Mozambique = O reconhecimento pelo estado das autoridades locais e da participação pública: experiências, obstáculos e possibilidades em Moçambique
Editors:Buur, LarsISNI
Silva, Terezinha daISNI
Kyed, Helene MariaISNI
Series:Direito em sociedade
City of publisher:Maputo
Publisher:Centro de Formação Juridica e Judiciária, Ministério de Justiça
Geographic terms:Mozambique
South Africa
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Abstract:The papers in this volume were presented at an international seminar on decentralization in southern Africa, notably Mozambique, which was held on 12-13 May 2005. Contributions: Introduction: perspectives on decentralisation and public participation (Lars Buur, Helene Maria Kyed, and Terezinha Cruz da Silva); Traditional authorities and national politics in independent Zambia: a historical review (Bizeck Jube Phiri); Traditional leadership in the 21st century: a South African case study (Boyane Tshehla); Autoridades ardilosas e democracia em Moçambique (André Cristiano José); Descentralização e autoridade tradicional: memória do projecto (Ambrósio Cuhaela); O impacto do Decreto 15/2000: uma abordagem socio-antropológica (Fernando Dava); Da política do 'guarda-chuva' ao reconhecimento minimalista das autoridades comunitárias (Joaquim Fumo); The intricacy of boundary making: traditional leaders' role in policing and justice enforcement (Helene Maria Kyed); Associational life in Quelimane: indications of trust (Lauren Montgomery-Rinehart); Shifting registers of leadership: an ethnographic critique of the unequivocal legitimisation of community authorities (Morten Nielsen); Some thoughts on governing rural societies (Rosemary E. Galli); Comments on the implications of the decentralisation conference (Christopher Tanner). [ASC Leiden abstract]