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Civil Society as a Metaphor for Western Liberalism
The concept of civil society has become one of the most used tools both in theoretical discussions and in policy formulations. Its aspirational content in general presents an abstract idea ofExpand
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A Global Disease and Its Governance: HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Agency of NGOs
This article provides a theoretical assessment of the agency attributed to nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) within the emerging international governance of HIV/AIDS. The analysis, which focusesExpand
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The multiple worlds of NGOs and HIV|AIDS: rethinking NGOs and their agency
In the last decade NGOs have been recognised as policy actors in general and in the HIV|AIDS field in particular within developing countries. While recognising the agency of these organisations byExpand
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Who Can Help People with HIV/AIDS in Africa? Governance of HIV/AIDS and Civil Society
This paper locates NGOs dealing with HIV/AIDS problems in sub-Saharan Africa into the larger governance context within which they function. This aims at a theoretical shift to assess the aspirationalExpand
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The backlash against civil society in the wake of the Long War on Terror
The enthusiasm for civil society that emerged in the late 1980s and 1990s with the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the spread of democratic regimes has been replaced in recent years by a backlashExpand
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The Institutionalization of Global AIDS and the Creation of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
This chapter focuses on the creation of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), and how this new formation set about institutionalizing a global AIDS perspective. The chapterExpand
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Global activism and sexualities in the time of HIV/AIDS
This contribution responds to the question of how transnational human rights networks affect people's politics in the global south and what is the role of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender andExpand
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People don’t live on the care cascade: The life of the HIV care cascade as an international AIDS policy and its implications
ABSTRACT This article analyses how the HIV care cascade, an analytical tool, has become a policy practice that determines the direction and content of international AIDS policy. It traces theExpand
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Exploring Civil Society : Political and Cultural Contexts
Part 1: Introduction 1. Exploring Civil Society Internationally Part 2: Setting out the Argument 2. Putting Civil Society in its Place 3. The Problem with Civil Society or Putting Modern EuropeanExpand
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Dangerous ontologies : the ethos of survival and ethical theorising in international relations
The article responds to a recent call for a more systematic interrogation of the persistence of the dichotomous relation between ethics and International Relations. The addition of ethics intoExpand
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