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2007 | 19 | 95-105
Article title

Grass Roots Civil Society in the Development of Democracy

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Abstracts
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The article is based on empirical research concerning NGOs in Romania. Badly and well-run organizations illustrate the problem of how NGOs should function in order to perform their task of developing a grass-roots democracy, i.e. they should not serve an 'anonymous' society, nor should they serve to fulfill the activists' own needs, such as offices and cars. Well-functioning NGOs are based on their members' real needs and participation. Activity in a civic society favors our feeling of being a citizen having a real influence on public affairs.
Contributors
  • Kandis Scott, Santa Clara University, Law School, Santa Clara, CA 95053, USA
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07PLAAAA03156517
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.6152ee7b-6db3-379d-8d72-f8b0f6fa2d68
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