Towards Horizontal Cooperation and Multi-Partner Collaboration Knowledge Sharing and Development Cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean

At a time when building walls has re-emerged as a choice on the political agenda, knowledge sharing has increased in importance by strengthening open, horizontal international relations. All parties involved in knowledge sharing are both learners and teachers at the same time, bringing their wisdom,...

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Main Author: Ayala Martínez, Citlali
Other Authors: Müller, Ulrich (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Baden-Baden Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG 2017
Edition:1. Auflage 2017
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520 |a At a time when building walls has re-emerged as a choice on the political agenda, knowledge sharing has increased in importance by strengthening open, horizontal international relations. All parties involved in knowledge sharing are both learners and teachers at the same time, bringing their wisdom, abilities and convictions in order to face the increasingly urgent global challenges that cannot be resolved by any single individual.Latin America has a rich tradition of knowledge sharing that ranges from day-to-day action to fundamental decisions on a societal level. This book builds on this richness by providing conceptual contributions as well as practical case studies that will hopefully inspire new experiences and further research.