By Keith M. Henderson, O. P. Dwivedi
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Therefore numerous controlling and licensing activities will have to be eliminated or overhauled. This calls for streamlined decision-making, fair and uncomplicated rules and enforcement mechanisms, and opportunities to appeal unfavourable decisions. 20 Development Administration: An Overview CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS A brief overview of some of the challenges facing development administration in the South in the next century is given below: 1. The growing inﬂuence of religion and traditional values in politics and administration Religion has emerged once again as a force to be reckoned with in many Third World nations.
Political leaders do not change basic needs – they simply inﬂuence how those needs are met. HNCD puts people at the centre of its thinking and emphasises self-determination and participatory approaches. Its methods are ﬂexible, depending on the country and the political situation, but its goals are the same. In this arrangement, civil servants and the government as a whole are expected to assume greater moral responsibility for their actions. The unstructured format would improve the ability to have effective administration, and putting humans ﬁrst would require that ofﬁcials be accountable to the public and be at service to their needs.
Liberation theology has had very close ties to the leftleaning elements of the Catholic church. This association with organised religion is the most important aspect of the movement’s success, and the ideas articulated by theologians were passed on to the bishops and priests within the church system. P. Dwivedi and Keith M. Henderson 39 village or urban favela (very poor neighbourhood) people and their local priests enabled the concepts of Liberation theology to ﬂourish throughout the 1970s and beyond.