Civil Society Organizations

Some articles on organization, civil society organizations, civil society:

The Mudawana in Modern Morocco - Women and Civil Society: Foundations of Reform
... II created the Union Nationale des Femmes Marocaines (UNFM), an organization with the stated goal of improving the social and economic status of women in Morocco ... an important designation for Moroccan civil society organizations, which allows them to raise funds and be exempt from taxes (similar to non-profit status in the United States) ... a way for the Moroccan regime to exert a measure of control over civil society organizations, as those whose agendas conflict with that of the government typically find it difficult to obtain ...
Community Of Democracies - Non-governmental Process
... During the initial CD meeting in Warsaw, Madeleine Albright spoke at a parallel meeting of civil society actors called the “World Forum on Democracy ... Addressing the audience of over 300 NGO representatives, democracy promoters, and civil society leaders from 80 nations, Albright affirmed the need for governments to work together with civil society in support ... In subsequent ministerial conferences, the civil society component of the CD was strengthened and further developed and emerged out of the preparations for the Santiago ...
LGBT Rights In Botswana - Civil Society Organizations
... Botswana's primary LGBT rights organization is Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals of Botswana (LeGaBiBo) ...

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