Policy Dissemination: Public Administration Theory and International Organizations | A Case Study on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the Kingdom of Morocco
Stevenson Center, International Law, Public Administration, Policy Dissemination, Persons with Disabilities, Morocco, Political Science, International Relations, United Nations
With the advent of international organizations comes international law. Unprecedented at such a global and influential level, there is no theoretical framework within public administration explicitly focused on administrative structure and strategies for the implementation of international law. Consequently, the current administrative literature and theoretical framework must be looked to and transposed, as much as possible, to the international stage. This paper explores public administration theory and how it would manifest if applied to international policy implementation. By taking a closer look into the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its implementation strategy within the Kingdom of Morocco, this paper hopes to examine the relationship between public administration theory and international law more closely.
Wilson, Rachelle Ann, "Policy Dissemination: Public Administration Theory and International Organizations | A Case Study on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the Kingdom of Morocco" (2016). Capstone Projects – Politics and Government. 31.
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