NGOs, States and Donors: Too Close for Comfort?

@article{Drover1997NGOsSA,
  title={NGOs, States and Donors: Too Close for Comfort?},
  author={G. Drover and D. Hulme and M. Edwards},
  journal={Pacific Affairs},
  year={1997},
  volume={71},
  pages={232}
}
Foreword T.M. Shaw Preface David Hulme, M.Edwards and N.Banks PART 1: NGOs, STATES AND DONORS: AN OVERVIEW AND KEY ISSUES 1. NGOs, States and Donors: An Overview D.Hulme and M.Edwards 2. Donors, Democratization and Civil Society: Relating Theory to Practice H.Blair 3. The State, Popular Participation and the Voluntary Sector J.Clark 4. Privatising the Voluntary Sector: NGOs as Public Service Contractors M.Robinson 5. States Without Citizens: The Problem of the Franchise State G.Wood 6. Finding… Expand
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