Good Governance Project: ‘Reformcraft

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Final Report

Ruth Hubbard
Senior Advisor to the Privy Council Office
June 5, 2000


The ideas expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Government of Canada or the Privy Council Office of Canada.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Findings

Results

Round Table Discussion's Key Messages

Next Steps

References

Annex A: Conversations Across the Country - Reformcraft

Annex B: Helping Canada to Steer Itself Better


Reformcraft* Project Report

Introduction

The project was to develop criteria for ‘good (high quality) governance’ in countries like Canada for the next twenty years. Governance (more than government) meaning ‘how societies steer themselves’. The work was carried out by Ruth Hubbard in collaboration with the Governance Centre at the University of Ottawa and the Public Policy Forum (PPF), over the period July 1999 to June 2000. The work was stimulated and shaped by the thinking and writing of Professor Yehezkel Dror. It also benefited significantly from the multi-stakeholder ‘Renewing Governance Project’ organized by Steve Rosell of the Meridian Institute.


*  The label for the work 'reformcraft' is a word coined by Professor Yehezkel Dror, Advisor to the Club of Rome.

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