This Charter of Good Practice in using Public Private Dialogue for Private Sector Development was developed at the first International Workshop on Public-Private Dialogue, held in Paris in February 2006.
This Charter reflects comments raised during the closing plenary session of the workshop, and was further developed through an interactive consultation process
A Toolkit for Business Environment Reformers
This handbook makes available practical guidance and advice to stakeholders who want to build and maintain public-private dialogue. It explains the rationale and guiding principles behind public-private dialogue, then goes into detail with practical guidance on how to design and run a successful PPD program. It also includes a number of practical examples from successful PPD projects around the world.
The handbook is based around the Charter of Good Practice in Using Public-Private Dialogue for Private Sector Development and can be considered as a set of operational guidelines for putting the Charter into practice.
You may download a PDF of the complete Handbook below, or browse through the full text of each chapter using the headings below or the Table of Contents menu. Individual chapters from the Handbook are also available as separate PDF downloads on their respective pages.
Monitoring and evaluation is an effective tool to manage the public private dialogue process and to demonstrate its purpose and performance.
This page will give PPD Secretariats access to the latest updated tools and papers whose aim is to help practitioners conduct effective monitoring of PPD performance.
In this page, you will find example of actual PPD founding documents that are used by PPD practitioners all over the world, as well as a manual for trainers on public-private dialogue for good governance.