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Amutabi, Maurice Nyamanga.
The NGO factor in Africa : the case of arrested development in Kenya. New York : Routledge, c2006. Perkins/Bostock Library HC865.Z9 E4424 2006Check availability @ Duke Contents: The paradox of NGOs in Africa's development : unraveling their inconsistency -- NGOs, capitalism and globalization -- The genesis of NGOs : the idea, the movement and implications for Kenya -- The colonial state and development in Kenya : background to the NGO work in the country -- The role of the Rockefeller Foundation (RF) in medical research and health in Kenya -- The role of the Rockefeller Foundation (RF) in agriculture and education in Kenya.
Anheier, Helmut K.
A dictionary of civil society, philanthropy and the non-profit sector. London ; New York : Routledge, 2005. Perkins/Bostock Library Reference HD2769.15 .A46 2005Check availability @ Duke
Batliwala, Srilatha and L. David Brown.
Transnational civil society : an introduction. Bloomfield, CT : Kumarian Press, 2006. Perkins/Bostock Library JC337 .T73 2006Check availability @ Duke Summary: "Contains an introduction to the history, achievements, and challenges of transnational civil society initiatives on several critical issues and the forces that catalyzed and shaped those initiatives"--Provided by publisher. Contents: Foreword - Arjun Appadurai -- Introduction : why transnational civil society matters - Srilatha Batliwala and L. David Brown -- The new globalism - Peter Dobkin Hall -- Who really rules the world? - Marsha J. Tyson Darling -- Claiming global power : transnational civil society and global governance - Kumi Naidoo -- The rise of civic transnationalism - Sanjeev Khagram and Sarah Alvord -- Transnational pioneers : the international labor movement - Dan Gallin -- Spinning the green web : environmental transnationalism - Wendy E.F. Torrance and Andrew W. Torrance -- Dot-causes and protest : transnational economic justice activism - John D. Clark -- The personal is global : the project and politics of the transnational women's movement - Peggy Antrobus and Gita Sen -- Bridging borders for human rights - Alison Brysk and Céline Jacquemin -- Waging peace : transnational peace activism - Motoko Mekata -- Conclusion : shaping the global human project : the nature and impact of transnational civil activism - Srilatha Batliwala and L. David Brown.
Baker, Gideon and David Chandler.
Global civil society : contested futures. London ; New York : Routledge, 2005. Perkins/Bostock Library JZ1318 .G5565 2005Check availability @ Duke
Ben Néfissa, Sarah et al.
NGOs and governance in the Arab world. Cairo ; New York : American University in Cairo Press, 2005. Law Library JZ4841 .N33 2005 Perkins/Bostock Library JZ4841 .N36 2005Check availability @ Duke Contents: Pt. I. Globalization and governance : situating Arab NGOs -- 1. Non-governmental organizations in global governance -- 2. Insiders and outsiders : NGOs in international relations -- 3. Civil versus political culture in NGOs -- 4. Promoting democracy and governance in the Arab world : strategic choices for donors -- Pt. II. NGOs of the Arab world : between the democracy question and the social question -- 5. From inertia to movement : a study of the conflict over the NGO law in Egypt -- 6. Hegemony and counter-hegemony in Egypt : advocacy NGOs, civil society, and the state -- 7. Islamic NGOs and the development of democracy in Egypt -- 8. NGOs and the reform of the Egyptian health system : realistic prospects for governance or pipe dream? -- 9. New NGOs and democratic governance in Palestine : a pioneering model for the Arab world? -- 10. NGOs and civil society in Palestine : a comparative analysis of four organizations -- 11. Agency and ideology in community services : Islamic NGOs in a southern suburb of Beirut -- 12. The poverty alleviation system and the role of associations in Yemen -- 13. NGOs in a country without a government : Islamic movements and aspirations to replace the state in war-torn Somalia -- 14. Civil associations, social movements, and political participation in Lebanon in the 1990s -- 15. Donors, international NGOs, and Palestine NGOs : funding issues and globalized elite formation -- 16. Conclusion : Arab NGOs : advocacy and the 'globalized' debate in democracy in the Arab world.
Theorizing NGOs : states, feminisms, and neoliberalism. Durham: Duke University Press, 2014. eBook (Duke only!) Check availability @ Duke Table of Contents: The movementization of NGOs' women's organizing in postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina / Elissa Helms -- Failed development and rural revolution in Nepal : rethinking subaltern consciousness and women's empowerment / Lauren Leve -- Crossbreeding institutions, breeding struggle : women's empowerment, neoliberal governmentality, and state (re)formation in India / Aradhana Sharma -- Global civil society and the local costs of belonging : defining violence against women in Russia / Julie Hemment -- Resolving a gendered paradox : women's participation and the NGO boom in north India -- Kathleen O'Reilly -- Power and difference in Thai women's NGO activism / LeeRay M. Costa -- Demystifying microcredit : the Grameen Bank, NGOs, and neoliberalism in Bangladesh / Lamia Karim -- Feminist bastards : toward a posthumanist critique of NGOization / Saida Hódi? -- Lived feminism(s) in postcommunist Romania / Laura Grünberg -- Women's advocacy networks : the European Union, women's NGOs, and! the Velvet Triangle / Sabine Lang -- Beyond NGOization? : reflections from Latin America / Sonia E. Alvarez -- Feminisms and the NGO form / Victoria Bernal and Inderpal Grewal.
Cammett, Melani Claire et al. (eds.)
The politics of non-state social welfare. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2014. Perkins/Bostock Library HV70 .P65 2014Check availability @ Duke Table of Contents: Mapping social welfare regimes beyond the OECD / Ian Gough -- The political consequences of non-state social welfare : an analytical framework / Melani Cammett and Lauren M. MacLean -- Empowering local communities and enervating the state : foreign oil companies as public good providers in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan / Pauline Jones Luong -- The politics of "contracting out" to the private sector : water and sanitation in Argentina / Alison Post -- Blurring the boundaries : NGOs, the state, and service provision in Kenya / Jennifer N. Brass -- Bridging the local and the global : faith-based organizations as non-state providers in Tanzania / Michael Jennings -- Sectarian politics and social welfare : non-state provision in Lebanon / Melani Cammett -- The politics of informal social networks of community, family and friends in rural Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire / Lauren M. MacLean -- The nayanetas : informal mediators of government services in rural North India / Anirudh Krishn! a -- Private provision with public funding : the challenges of regulating quasi-markets in Chilean education / Alejandra Mizala and Ben Ross Schneider -- The politics of "spontaneous privatization" in Russia's post-communist health sector / Linda Cook -- State dollars, non-state provision : local nonprofit welfare provision in the United States / Scott Allard.
Chien-Chung Huang et al.
China's nonprofit sector : progress and challenges. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers, 2014. Perkins/Bostock Library HD2769.2.C6 C45 2014 Check availability @ Duke
Chickering, A. Lawrence.
Strategic foreign assistance : civil society in international security. Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press, c2006. Perkins/Bostock Library HV6431 .S7475 2006Check availability @ Duke Contents: Toward strategic foreign assistance -- Economic development -- Empowering women -- Citizens as partners in the search for peace -- Roles of civil society during and after conflicts -- Strategies for reform -- Appendix A: Outline of country strategic plan for Pakistan.
Peacebuilding and NGOs: state-civil society interactions. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, 2013. E-bookCheck availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: Introduction -- Critical analysis of peacebuilding -- Critiques of NGOs in peacebuilding -- A brief history of Cambodia and peacebuilding -- State intervention in NGOs for personal gain -- Bureaucratic intervention in NGO activities -- Intervention on identity issues -- The non-politics around the meaning of politics -- Conclusions.
New social movements and democracy in Palestine : a model for the politics of civil society in the Arab world. Münster; Piscataway, NJ: Lit; Distributed in North America by Transaction Publishers, 2005. Library Service Center HN660.5.A8 C73 2005Check availability @ Duke
Global governance and NGO participation : shaping the information society in the United Nations. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, 2013. Perkins/Bostock Library JZ4841 .D37 2013Check availability @ Duke
Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Human rights, refugees, migrants & development : directory of NGOs in OECD countries = Droits de l'homme, réfugiés, migrants et développement : répertoire des ONG dans les pays de l'OCDE. Paris : OECD Publications ; Washington, D.C. : [Distributed by] OECD Publications and Information Centre, c1993. Perkins/Bostock Library Reference HC60 .H86 1993Check availability @ Duke
Challenges for nonprofits and philanthropy : the courage to change : three decades of reflections. Medford, Mass. : Tufts University Press ; Hanover, NH : Published by University Press of New England, c2005. Perkins/Bostock Library HV91 .E383 2005Check availability @ Duke
European foundations and grant-making NGOs. London : Europa Publications, 2004. Perkins/Bostock Library Reference AS911.A2 E97 2004Check availability @ Duke
Feinberg, Richard et al.
Civil society and democracy in Latin America. New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. Perkins/Bostock Library JL966 .C58 2006Check availability @ Duke
Golan, Galia and Walid Salem (eds.)
Non-state actors in the Middle East : factors for peace and democracy. London: Routledge, 2014. eBook (Duke only!) Check availability @ Duke Table of Contents: Contemporary Kurdish Diaspora in Europe: A driving force toward peace and democracy in the Middle East -- The Jewish American peace camp: New expressions of the Jewish diaspora; 10 The role of the Maronite diaspora; PART IV Private Companies; 11 The private sector's role in democracy; 12 The role of civil society and private business in the democratization process of Saudi Arabia; 13 Post-conflict reconstruction and the private sector in Iraq; Index. Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of contributors; Introduction; PART I Civil society -- NGOs; 1 Civil society in transition: The case of Palestine; 2 The impact of peace and human rights NGOs on Israeli policy; 3 Women's NGOs and the struggle for democracy in Morocco; 4 NGOs and women's rights in Tunisia: The case of ATFD; PART II New media; 5 bitterlemons: Internet dialogue in the Middle East; 6 Egypt's "Facebook Revolution"?: The role of new media in the Egyptian uprising and beyond; 7 The democratic movement in Iran: A case study of the role of online technology; PART III Diaspora.
Gourevitch, Peter A. , David A. Lake, Janice Gross Stein (eds.)
The credibility of transnational NGOs : when virtue is not enough. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012. Perkins/Bostock Library JZ4841 .C73 2012 Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: Machine generated contents note: Introduction; 1. Beyond virtue: evaluating and enhancing the credibility of non-governmental organizations Peter A. Gourevitch and David A. Lake; Part I. Monitoring NGOs: 2. Why believe international election monitors? Susan D. Hyde; 3. Credible certification of child labor free production Irfan Nooruddin and Sarah Wilson Sokhey; 4. Becoming a household name: how human rights NGOs establish credibility through organizational structure Wendy H. Wong; Part II. Humanitarian NGOs: 5. Dilemmas of information and accountability: foreign aid donors and local development NGOs Carew Boulding; 6. In defense of virtue: credibility, legitimacy dilemmas, and the case of Islamic relief Laura Thaut, Michael Barnett and Janice Gross Stein; 7. Monitoring repayment in online peer-to-peer lending Craig McIntosh; Conclusion; 8. Credibility and compromises Peter A. Gourevitch and David A. Lake.
Hajnal, Peter I.
Civil society in the information age. Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, c2002. Perkins/Bostock Library 300 C582, 2002Check availability @ Duke
Snakes in paradise : NGOs and the aid industry in Africa. Sterling, VA: Kumarian Press, 2010. Perkins/Bostock Library HC800 .H64 2010Check availability @ Duke
Non-governmental organizations in contemporary China : paving the way to civil society? London ; New York : Routledge, 2006. Perkins/Bostock Library HS81.C5 A22 2006Check availability @ Duke
Palestinian NGOs in Israel : the politics of civil society. London ; New York : Tauris Academic Studies ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by St. Martin's Press, 2005. Perkins/Bostock Library JZ4841 P39 2005Check availability @ Duke
NGOs, Africa and the global order. Basingstoke ; New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Perkins/Bostock Library JZ4841 .P56 2009Check availability @ Duke
Reed, Darryl, Peter Utting and Amanya Mukherjee-Reed (eds).
Business regulation and non-state actors : whose standards? : whose development? London ; New York: Routledge, 2012. Perkins/Bostock Library HD3612 .B867 2012 Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: From non-state regulation to governance? : shifting the site of contestation / Darryl Reed and Ananya Mukherjee-Reed. Global retail accululation strategies and Wal-mart's CSR regime / Ngai-Ling Sum -- Applying the Atlanta Agreement on Child Labour in South Asia / Peter Lund-Thomsen and Khalid Nadvi -- The extractive industries transparency initiative / Carola Kantz -- Blood diamonds, non-state actors, and development : the Kimberley process and beyond / Ian Smillie -- Peoples' tribunals in Latin America / Marcelo Saguier -- The worker rights consortium / Don Wells -- International framework agreements and development / Nikolaus Hammer -- IFOAM and the instiutionalization of organic agriculture / René Audet and Corinne Gendron -- "Fair trade gold" : prospects for Africa's artisanal miners / Gavin Hilson and Paul Kamlongera -- The world fair trade organization : from trust to compliance / Eileen Davenport and William Low -- Fairtrade international (FLO) / Darryl Reed -- Comercio justo México : potential lessons for fairtrade? / Alistair M. Smith and Francisco VanDerHoff Boersma --^ Introduction: multistakeholder regulation in a development perspective / Peter Utting -- Development and the problematic of non-state regulation / Darryl Reed -- Activism, business regulation, and development / Peter Utting -- Assessing the ETI codes of labour practice / Stephane Barrientos and Sally Smith -- Social Accountability 8000 and Socioeconomic Development / Andreas Rasche and Dirk Ulrich Gilbert -- The international organization for standardization / Stepan Wood -- The United Nations global compact and development / Catia Gregoratti -- The global reporting initiative : promise and limitations / David L. Levy and Halina Szejnwald Brown -- Balanço social and sustainability reporting in Brazil / Eduardo R. Gomes and Ana Maria Kirschner -- The forest stewardship council / Graeme Auld and Benjamin Cashore -- The marine stewardship council / Graeme Auld -- The global G.A.P. / Agni Kalfagianni and Doris Fuchs --^
The Ashgate research companion to non-state actors. Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Pub., 2011. Goodson Law Library JZ4841 .R45 2011 Perkins/Bostock Library Reference JZ4841 .R45 2011 Check availability @ Duke
Humanitarian alert : NGO information and its impact on US foreign policy. Bloomfield, CT : Kumarian Press, c2006. Perkins/Bostock Library Stacks JZ4841 .S755 2006Check availability @ Duke Contents: Agents, advisors, antagonists -- Ants in the ground, gnats in the ear -- Somalia -- Bosnia -- Kosovo -- Some conclusions from the three cases -- The humanitarian alert in "forgotten emergencies".
Thomas, Alan et al.
Environmental policies and NGO influence : land degradation and sustainable resource management in sub-Saharan Africa. London ; New York : Routledge, 2001. Perkins/Bostock Library HC800.Z9 E5398 2001Check availability @ Duke
The role of American NGOs in China's modernization: invited influence. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, 2013. E-Book Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: Introduction -- The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies -- The National Committee on United States-China Relations -- The 1990 Institute -- Invited influence in the policy sphere -- Nurturing civil society -- The impacts of educational exchange -- Conclusion.