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Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are high profile actors in the field of international development, both as providers of services to vulnerable individuals and communities and as campaigning policy advocates. Ultimately, the book provides an indispensable appraisal of the question - increasingly important in the era of human-induced climate change - of whether the precautionary principle is relevant, indeed essential, to avert major environmental and health risks, and how and when it can be used successfully.
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NGOs and Governments book. The case studies, guidelines and analyses presented in this book look more closely at the complexities involved in the NGO-government dialogue
NGOs and Governments book. The case studies, guidelines and analyses presented in this book look more closely at the complexities involved in the NGO-government dialogue. The issue of governance underpins much of the writing, for in coming to terms with their roles in relation to the state, NGOs have increasingly assumed a political function: that of challenging and redressing the status quo in favour of people-centrered approaches to development.
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In some countries, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are major contributors to development processes
In some countries, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are major contributors to development processes. This is not uniform, however. In a number of countries, NGOs are weak or play more of an oppositional rather than operational role and governments are highly suspicious of them. It explores the main elements of government policy and practice which affect NGOs and which could foster a more conducive environment for positive NGO contribution to development. A study series is proposed to examine these issues in a range of countries.
This book continues that project by giving us a theoretical basis for understanding emerging collaborations between states and NGOs, and it argues that public engagement with these new collaborations produces a strong civil society. Finally, an insightful, smart, and valuable contribution to a political theory for our times.
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Author: D and Clark K Porter
Publisher: New Zealand Coalition for Trade and Development (1985)
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