WHAT DO THEY THINK? POLICY-MAKERS AND THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT. A Perception Study Conducted in 2005-2006
The study “What do they think? Policy-Makers and the Role of Communication for Development” is a follow-up to a similar survey conducted in 1994. The purpose of this 2005-2006 study was to assess whether there have been significant changes in the perception of Communication for Development among decision-makers in multilateral and bilateral aid agencies, in national governments and in major NGOs. In addition, the study strives to identify whether there have been notable changes in the human and material resources committed to this sector.