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Civil Society in Central Asia - 
      M. Holt Ruffin
    
      Daniel Waugh
    
      S. Frederick Starr

Civil Society in Central Asia

; Daniel Waugh ; S. Frederick Starr (Forord)

«This thought-provoking book should be required reading for anyone seriously concerned with current developments in Central Asia, but will also be of interest to anyone who is working on the 'transition' in post-Soviet societies and development studies in general... The chapters are of a consistently high quality ... It must be hoped that this book will help stimulate a deeper debate amongst policy-makers, donors and NGO activists themselves about the record of and prospects for Western engagement with political and social reform in Central Asia."--Asian Affairs, June 2000»

Covering Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and, Tajikistan, these 12 essays (drawn from a 1998 conference sponsored by the Center for Civil Society International) explore the prospects of and dangers facing the growth of Western-style democracy in Central Asia. Les mer
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Covering Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and, Tajikistan, these 12 essays (drawn from a 1998 conference sponsored by the Center for Civil Society International) explore the prospects of and dangers facing the growth of Western-style democracy in Central Asia. Reflecting a range of disciplines
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Forlag: University of Washington Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 320
ISBN: 9780295977959
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Preface

Maps of Central Asia

Introduction

1) Civil Society in Central Asia

2) The Legal Regulation of NGOs - Central Asia at a Crossroads

3) Freedom of Association and the Question of its realization in Kazakhstan

4) Governement and Nonprofit Sector Relations in the Kyrgyz Republic

5) Enviornmental NGOs & the Development of Civil Society in Central Asia

6) Kolkhoz and Civil Society in the Independent States of Central Asia

7) Prospects for Development of an Independent Media in Kazakhstan

8) Can Uzbekistan Build Democracy and Civil Society?

9) Civil Society and Identity in Uzbekistan

10) Islam and Tajikistan's Human and Ecological Crisis

11) Women's NGOs in Central Asia's Evolving Societies

12) The Real Work - Sustainig NGO Growth in Central Asia

Organizations

Online Resources

Appendices