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Le partenariat contre l'altérité ? Comment, sous couvert de partenariat, le déni de ce qui rend autre l'autre se renouvelle dans les impensés de la solidarité internationale

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  • Philippe De Leener

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The paper inquires into the meaning of partnership in the field of international cooperation, in particular at grass roots level. In the wake of an in-depth investigation of five widespread shortcomings, the author rigorously clarifies this blurred and confusing concept. He also invites to consider some practical openings.

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  • Philippe De Leener, 2013. "Le partenariat contre l'altérité ? Comment, sous couvert de partenariat, le déni de ce qui rend autre l'autre se renouvelle dans les impensés de la solidarité internationale," Mondes en développement, De Boeck Université, vol. 0(1), pages 79-92.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:meddbu:med_161_0079
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    partnership; otherness; reflexivity; change; policy; outcome;

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