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The Struggle for Civil Society in Central Asia Crisis and Transformation (Hardcover)

Author:  Charles Buxton
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Learn more about The Struggle for Civil Society in Central Asia:

Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1565493001
ISBN-13: 9781565493001
Sku: 215654298
Publish Date: 3/30/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 6.25L x 1T
Pages:  238
 
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, NGOs and civil society (CS) actors in Central Asia found themselves struggling to set up new organizations that would fight for democracy, sustainable development and social justice. It was a time of great hopes, disappointments and interrupted progress for a region largely neglected by the powerful global actors."The Struggle for Civil Society in Central Asia" describes the gradual establishment of the CS sector in Central Asia despite the economic and social crises that marked the first decade of independence in the region. It shows how the neo-liberal policies of international agencies failed to spur progress in the 1990s and how national government control gradually re-asserted itself after 2000. The book also covers the effects of 9/11 on CS, the impact of colored revolutions and the challenges that civil society organizations face today.
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"After the collapse of the Soviet Union, NGOs and civil society (CS) actors in Central Asia found themselves struggling to set up new organizations that would fight for democracy, sustainable development and social justice. It was a time of great hopes, disappointments and interrupted progress for a region largely neglected by the powerful global actors.The Struggle for Civil Society in Central Asiadescribes the gradual establishment of the CS sector in Central Asia despite the economic and social crises that marked the first decade of independence in the region. It shows how the neo-liberal policies ofinternational agencies failed to spur progress in the 1990s and how national government control gradually re-asserted itself after 2000. The book also covers the effects of 9/11 on CS, the impact of 'colored revolutions' and the challenges that civil society organizations face today."--pub. desc.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Hardcover
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Product attributePublisher:   Kumarian Press
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