Engaging Civil Society: Emerging Trends in Democratic Governance

Engaging Civil Society: Emerging Trends in Democratic Governance, ed. Cheema, G. Shabbir and Popovski, Vesselin (Tokyo: UNU Press, 2010).

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  • Editor Cheema, G. Shabbir
    Popovski, Vesselin
    Title Engaging Civil Society: Emerging Trends in Democratic Governance
    Publication Date 2010
    Place of Publication Tokyo
    Publisher UNU Press
    Pages 304 pages
    Language eng

    The rapid pace of globalisation has led to the increasing interdependence of member states of the United Nations to achieve sustainable development objectives, including the eradication of extreme poverty, environmental protection, access to basic services and livelihoods and the promotion of economic growth and opportunities. The book attempts to examine the changing roles of civil society in global and national governance. It identifies factors that influence the effectiveness of civil society in promoting democratic governance by addressing how the rapid pace of globalization has increased the interdependence of governments, the private sector, and civil society organisations.

    Copyright Holder UNU
    Copyright Year 2010
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280811889
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