23 SES 09 B, From Successful Actions To Successful Policies: Towards Research Based Policy Making To Improve Education And Development For All
This paper discuses the role of dialogue in the implementation of successful actions. The analysis conducted show that engaging in dialogue with the stakeholders is a necessary part in the development of successful actions. Their involvement in the policy process is a key factor to properly identify and address their needs, gathering the knowledge and other resources available in the community, and creating more efficient policy. Furthermore, the successful actions show that to maximise the impact of these actions the involvement of stakeholders should be ensured in all stages of the policy interventions. Establishing contexts of egalitarian dialogue is revealed as especially important when vulnerable groups are the end-users of these policies. A specific procedure has been identified for the definition and implementation of successful actions through dialogue: the Dialogic Inclusion Contract. It consists of a dialogic procedure in which researchers, end-users and policymakers recreate in a particular context successful actions –that have been proven successful elsewhere, according to the international scientific community– through egalitarian dialogue. Overall successful actions decided through this procedure are contributing to improving education, social and political participation, as well as access to employment, health and housing.
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