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Parliamentary dialogue alone cannot always meet the need for genuine exploration of consensus or compromize. This guide focuses on the need for more dynamic spaces of dialogue between political parties.   

Building on case studies from different countries, the guide will enable actors to: assess the general conditions for political party dialogues; build trust,convene and organize dialogues.

Download this useful guide designed by International Idea, Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy and the Oslo Center.

Other IDEA and UNDP handbooks on Democratic Dialogue focus more on a multi stakeholder dialogue.

Democratic Dialogue – A handbook for practioners

Democratic Dialogue – A handbook for practioners- Arabic Version

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