Transnational civil society
This chapter summarizes the findings of a project that addresses the dual questions of the extent and desirability of transnational civil society power. The project brought together a multinational group of analysts ti assess tge growing role of transnational civil society in six case studies selected for their diversity, ranging from multilateral arms control, to a global anti-dam network, to the emerging global campaign against corruption.
Political Science | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Global citizen action
Michael Edwards & John Gaventa
City or Country
FLORINI, Ann. (2001). Transnational civil society. In Global citizen action (pp. 29-40). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.
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