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NGOs, States and Donors

  • Kartonierter Einband
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Since the book was first published, NGOs have continued to rise in prominence, but our concerns have been little redressed. The new Preface and Afterword to this IPE Classic provide an up to date review of the debates on NGOs and the development sector that consolidate on this argument and look briefly at some of the reactions it has received.

Nicola Banks, Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, UK Harry Blair, Yale University, USA John Clark, The Policy Practice, UK Steve Commins, Luskin School of Public Affairs, UCLA, USA Thomas Dichter, Aga Khan Foundation, Geneva, Switzerland Michael Edwards, Demos, USA Jude Howell, London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE), UK David Hulme, University of Manchester, UK Jenny Pearce, University of Bradford, UK Mark Robinson, Department for International Development (DFID), UK Roger Riddell, independent scholar Geof Wood, International NGO Training and Research Centre (INTRAC), Oxford

Foreword; T.M. Shaw Preface; David Hulme, M.Edwards and N.Banks PART 1: NGOs, STATES AND DONORS: AN OVERVIEW AND KEY ISSUES 1. NGOs, States and Donors: An Overview; D.Hulme and M.Edwards 2. Donors, Democratization and Civil Society: Relating Theory to Practice; H.Blair 3. The State, Popular Participation and the Voluntary Sector; J.Clark 4. Privatising the Voluntary Sector: NGOs as Public Service Contractors; M.Robinson 5. States Without Citizens: The Problem of the Franchise State; G.Wood 6. Finding Common Ground in Asia-Pacific Development; H.Morales and I.Serrano PART 2: NGO-DONOR RELATIONSHIPS: WHEN YOUR HAND IS IN ANOTHER PERSON'S POCKET...? 7. Heavy Hands, Hidden Hands, Holding Hands? Donors, Intermediary NGOs and Civil Society Organisations; A.Bebbington and R.Riddell 8. Appeasing the Gods of Sustainability: The Future of International NGOs in Microfinance; T.Dichter 9. World Vision International and Donors: Too Close for Comfort?; S.Commins 10. In Unequal Dialogue with Donors: The Experience of the Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement; J.Perera 11. Elephant Loose in the Jungle: The World Bank and NGOs in Sri Lanka; R. Hodson PART 3: NGO-STATE RELATIONSHIPS: RELUCTANT PARTNERS REVISITED? 12. The Associative Phenomenon in the Arab World: Engine of Democratization or Witness to the Crisis?; M.Marzouk 13. NGO-State Relations in Post-Mao China; J.Howell 14. The State-NGO Relationship: Rights, Interests and Accountability; R.Wanigaratne 15. NGOs and Development in Brazil: Roles and Responsibilities in a 'New World Order'; M.Bosch 16. Mice Amongst the Tigers: Adding Value in NGO-Government Relations in South East Asia; R.Mawer PART 4: NGOs, THE POOR AND DISADVANTAGED: RETURNING TO THE ROOTS? 17. Between Cooption and Irrelevance? Latin American NGOs in the 1990s; J.Pearce 18. Conclusion; D.Hulme and M.Edwards Afterword; D.Hulme, M.Edwards and N.Banks


Titel: NGOs, States and Donors
Untertitel: Too Close for Comfort?
EAN: 9781137355140
ISBN: 978-1-137-35514-0
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 327
Gewicht: 476g
Größe: H24mm x B218mm x T158mm
Jahr: 2013
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2013

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