The majority of modern societies in the world tend to realize the sustainable development goals: via the adoption of suitable economic, social and environmental policies. Therefore the different earth summits - which take place at Rio 1992 and South Africa 2002- call for the creation of appropriate mechanisms to implement the various sustainable development plans and programs; as the different counties -especially the developing one- had to absorb the sustainability concepts to modernize their societies. Hence, the need to an aggregate society capacity building is a must to ensure the realization of an adequate sustainable development within the society. Many researchers pretend that training is the only pillar for capacity building; it’s surely a big mistake. Despite the importance of training and learning in capacity building; but there are other pillars essential to capacity building fulfillment; such as the restructuring and the organizational development of different organizations in the society; whether they are public or private. Then, the capacity building strategies had to be implemented via the collective collaboration of different stakeholders in the society - in the context of social justice concept- to enhance the good governance realization in the society; which pave the way to sustainable development realization. Thus, the aim of such paper – in this context- to detect the capacity building concepts and to analyze its strategies and policies to develop human resources, organizational development and institutional reforming; to identify the necessary pillars to ensure the effective implementation of sustainable development programs; necessary to realize the intended social justice and societal governance. Then, this paper tend to focus on the Egyptian case of capacity building; identifying in details the different barriers that impede the capacity building strategies implementation. Furthermore, it sheds light on the different pillars of the Egyptian program for societal capacity building.
Aly, Wael Omran Dr
"Societal capacity building as strategic intervention tool to enhance the social justice and societal governance: Evidence from Egypt,"
Arab Journal of Administration المجلة العربية للإدارة: Vol. 38
, Article 1.
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