NGOs and Civil Society Democracy by Proxy?
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This work provides an introduction to the way in which non-governmental organisations (NGOs) work. The author develops a conceptual framework for understanding the strengths and weaknesses of NGOs as they operate in the development field.
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Polity Press
Publication date: 11/5/1999
Size: 5.48" wide x 8.50" long x 0.38" tall
|Non-Governmental Organizations: Pawns or Practitioners|
|The Ties that Bind: Northern NGOs' Relationships with Southern NGOs|
|Analysing Institutional Interdependence: A Conceptual Framework|
|Paying the Piper and Calling the Tune: Northern NGOs' Capacity Building Support for Southern NGOs|
|Cascading Conditionalities and the Role of International Organizations in Capacity Building|
|Sierra Leone and The Gambia: Case Studies of NGO Interdependence|
|Sustainable Idealism: Innovative Financing Strategies and NGOs' Contribution to Civil Society Development|
|Conclusions: `Just Say No': Strengthening Southern NGOs' Capacity to Contribute to Civil Society|