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  1. Basic Education in Rural Pakistan: A Comparative Institutional Analysis of Government, Private and NGO Schools by Shahrukh Rafi Khan, 2006-01-06
  2. Ngo Involvement in International Organizations: A Legal Analysis by Sergey Ripinsky, Peter van den Bossche, 2007-12-14
  3. Policy Analysis in Canada: The State of the Art (IPAC Series in Public Management and Governance) by DobuzinskisEtal, 2007-06-30
  4. Room at the table: voices of NGOs.: An article from: Endangered Species Update by Mary Maruca, 2006-01-01
  5. Handbook of Urbanization in India: An Analysis of Trends and Processes (Oxford India Handbooks) by K. C. Sivaramakrishnan, 2007-01
  6. Community participation and quality of life for ex-templeton centre residents: policy, theory and practice: an opportunity for NGO collaboration.(non-government ... from: Social Policy Journal of New Zealand by John R. Grant, 2007-03-01
  7. Vital Voices: advocacy and service work of NGOs in the fight against human trafficking.(NGOWatch): An article from: UN Chronicle by Wenchi Yu Perkins, 2005-03-01
  8. NGO's with an attitude and bayonets: a consideration of transnational criminal organizations.(non-government organizations): An article from: Denver Journal of International Law and Policy by John D. Becker, 2003-12-22
  9. The European Union and Global Social Change: A Critical Geopolitical-Economic Analysis (Routledge Advances in European Politics) by József Böröcz, 2009-09-21
  10. Social Capital and Associations in European Democracies: A Comparative Analysis (Routledge Research in Comparative Politics)
  11. Relationships and partnerships among governments, NGOs, CBOs and indigenous groups in the context of the Convention to Combat Desertification and Drought: (an analysis of progress) by Lea M Scherl, 1996

1. SARPN Country Poverty Analysis
Country poverty analysis Swaziland. Country poverty analysis. Very few ngos receivefunding from the Swaziland government through subventions and these
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CANGO's Submission to the Parliamentary Select Committee
Submitted by CANGO - 3 rd January 2003
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We the NGOs of Swaziland under the Umbrella of the Coordinating Assembly wish to submit the following to the Committee:
  • The Funding modality of NGOs: NGOs are funded by foreign oversees donors. These funding institutions have interest in different areas ranging from pure philanthropic and humanitarian through development based interests. The funds may be contributed by governments, businesses and individuals to external International NGOs, churches and foundations or directly to local NGOs. Very few NGOs receive funding from the Swaziland government through subventions and these subventions are usually a small part of their requirements.
    Since the release of the news that the government of Swaziland was planning to purchase the executive Jet, donors and funders have repeatedly asked many questions to their grantees regarding; the economic status of the country; whether the government action reflected prudent fiscal discipline; why should their funds be channeled to Swaziland if she can afford such luxury of an expensive Jet;
    The question of government's failure to declare the current food crisis an emergency and the negligible government's contribution to the food relief situation also raises many comments. It is not understood how a government can propose to purchase a jet but fail to declare an emergency in which so many people are facing starvation. (Present number according to the Government's VAC assessment is 29,000 - accounting for about 30% of the national population).
  • 2. W. Mark Roberts, Ph.D., Consultant - Conservation, Ecology And The Environment
    International consultant to ngos, government, academia and industry. Expertise in research and analysis of biological information, biodiversity, endangered species, and wildlife problems. Based in Canada.
    Research and analysis for NGOs, government, academia and the private sector Cost-effective development of any or all
    stages of your scientific project, including: Expertise in: Literature search and review Locating data sources Population viability analysis (PVA) Exploratory data analysis Solutions to wildlife problems Statistical analysis Animal behaviour Report writing Experimental design Editing Analysis of complex data Graphic design Multimedia presentation Learn more ... Learn more ... Past clients include: The H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment Department of Environmental Protection - State of New Jersey, USA Environmental Defense British Columbia (Canada) Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Foods Learn more ...

    3. The Earth Times Daily/Johannesburg Summit Analysis NGOs Achieve
    Johannesburg Summit analysis ngos Achieve Access, But Access To What? But that doesn't mean that the government delegates, or anybody else, have to pay attention to what they are

    4. Open Meeting Notes - Women, China, And PNTR
    for propoor, pro-environment and gender budget analysis. women's budgets have forgovernments, ngos and women. chart progress of a government's commitment to
    Events - Archives
    Gender Budgets
    July 19, 2000
    The meeting opened with a welcome from Cheryl Morden of ICRW, Vice President of the Board of Directors of Women's EDGE. Beth Myers, Women's EDGE's Outreach Coordinator, then introduced the two speakers.
    Dr. Simel Esim from the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) Simel noted that a gender-sensitive budget asks a simple question: Do government budgets reflect women's needs and interests? It recognizes the different needs, privileges, rights and obligations that women and men have in society and the different contributions made by each in the production of goods and services. Gender-sensitive budgets are also a tool by which the impacts of governmental budgets can be measured, which leads to more effective use of resources to meet basic needs, achieve gender equality and promote human development. Public spending in this area can be broken down into three categories. The smallest is Gender-Based Beneficiary Targeting, small discretionary funds allocated for women and girls which represents about .07%. The second category is Gender Equality Objectives, programs focusing on changes within a government, such as affirmative action. This category is also nominal. The real money lies in category three, the main expenditures and their different impacts on women and men (education, health, agriculture).

    5. NGOs, The Government, And The Private Sector In Chile
    ngos, the government . and the Private Sector in Chile and oppose the pipeline. government analysis indicated that the Chilean market could support

    6. ANALYSIS: NGOs Form Front Line Of US Role In Yugoslav Polls
    UPI, October 07, 2000. analysis ngos form front line Of US role In Yugoslav polls Affairs, one of the U.S. nongovernment organizations that forms the front line of
    HOME ARCHIVES UPI, October 07, 2000
    ANALYSIS: NGOs form front line Of US role In Yugoslav polls
    By ELI J. LAKE
    WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 (UPI) The past week has been a succession of sleepless nights and restless days for Deborah Alexander, one of a handful of Washington-based political experts who nurtured and supported the Yugoslav opposition.
    In her office she watches a portable television and Internet Web casts beaming images of the bloodless revolution that appears to have ousted Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic from power. As the story on the ground in Belgrade develops, Alexander is on the phone regularly with her operatives in Budapest, Hungary, and their friends in the Yugoslav capital, Belgrade, partially to get information and partially to check to see they are safe and not harassed by the police.
    "I start off the morning with how are you feeling?" Alexander said. "People have been jubilant and waiting to see what happens and (it´s) hard to believe it could be this good,"
    Alexander heads the Central and East European Programs at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, one of the U.S. non-government organizations that forms the front line of the U.S. role in supporting and helping spawn the democratic opposition that has assumed power in Yugoslavia.

    7. Index Page - Global Policy Forum - NGOs
    information about ngos – definitions, analysis of their ngos and Humanitarian Assistancengos provide a assistance, funded through government budgets as well
    Representatives of independent citizen organizations are increasingly active in policy making at the United Nations. These organizations - known at the UN as "non-governmental organizations" or "NGOs" - are often the most effective voices for the concerns of ordinary people in the international arena. NGOs include the most outspoken advocates of human rights, the environment, social programs, women's rights and more. This page links to information and analysis about NGOs at the UN and in global policy-making more broadly.
    Introduction NGOs and International/Regional Institutions
    NGOs and Social and Economic Justice
    NGOs and Humanitarian Assistance ... Introduction
    Basic information about NGOs – definitions, analysis of their activities and diversity, discussions of their growing role in the international arena. NGOs and International/Regional Institutions
    The changing role of NGOs within international organizations, including the United Nations , the Bretton Woods Institutions and the WTO , with special emphasis on problems and prospects for NGOs at the UN.
    How NGOs challenge states in the international arena and how they interact with global corporations and business associations NGOs and Social and Economic Justice
    NGOs’ diverse role in the global justice movement, including sections on

    8. The Czech Government And NGOs In 2001
    The Czech government and ngos in 2001. Page 1, 2, 3 in total about CZK 125 000 000 annually from Czech foundations. analysis of Financing ngos from the State Budget.
    A quarterly publication from The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law
    Volume 3, Issue 3 - March 2001
    The Czech Government and NGOs in 2001
    Petr Pajas, First Consulting, p.b.c., Praha
    The aim of this presentation is to provide a short overview of recent decisions and actions taken by the Government of the Czech Republic with respect to the financing of activities of civil organizations. This includes: (a) revival of the full operational activity of the Council for Non-governmental Not-for-profit Organizations (b) distribution of privatization assets to active foundations, (c) detailed analytic research of Government donations to the civil sector, and (d) the very recent Government Regulation on Principles of Donation Policy from the Budget of the Czech Republic to Non-governmental Not-for-profit Organizations, based on the analysis mentioned above.
    New Approach of the Czech Government Toward NGOs.
    In November 1997, the transitory government of Mr. Tošovský replaced the Government of Mr. Klaus. This was an event marking an important turn in the Czech society from a strictly economical and highly pragmatic approach to an approach that is more sensitive to issues of a free and active civil society. In 1998, this trend brought to power the minority government of Social Democrats. After seven years of permanent disputes regarding the role of civil society and its non-political organizations in modern democracy, one may observe the politicians changing their attitudes toward the civil sector from an arrogant disinterest to recognition and cooperation.

    9. Foundation For Global Community - Non-Government Organizations
    Nongovernment Organizations (ngos) Interested in Conflict Additional ngos Interestedin Conflict Resolution. Institute for Conflict analysis and Resolution

    The Armenia-Azerbaijan Initiative Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) Interested in Conflict Resolution
    Participants in Our 1995 Retrieval Conference
    Additional NGOs Interested in Conflict Resolution
    Foundation for Global Community
    Bill Busse
    222 High Street
    Palo Alto, CA 94301
    Voice: 415-328-7756 Fax: 415-328-7785
    World Wide Web: Back to top of the page George Mason University
    Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
    Dennis Sandole
    Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution George Mason University Fairfax, VA 22030-4444 Voice: 703-993-1309 Fax: 703-993-1302 E-mail:

    10. BOND: British Overseas NGOs For Development: News Features
    ngos and various government departments for many years. There have been some changes in the governments analysis of
    What the Paper says The Government has released a new White Paper on Globalisation . It is the second White Paper to tackle development issues since the 1997 election. The paper covers a wide range of issues, from trade and investment to aid, the environment and debt relief. The Paper starts from the 2015 targets and contains a number of specific policy announcements - the government will untie UK aid from April 2001; introduce legislation to deal with UK companies involved in bribery overseas; establish a commission on intellectual property rights and introduce a new Development Bill. NGOs have welcomed these commitments. The paper also lays out the Government's analysis of key elements in globalisation. It restates the Government’s support for a new comprehensive round of trade negotiations in the WTO; support for the PRSP process and for HIPC. On these economic elements there is much less consensus. The White Paper starts from the assumption that there is nothing fundamentally wrong with globalisation. Contrary to what many academics and NGOs are saying, the paper argues that global inequality is falling rather than rising - and that a few changes would increase the speed of poverty reduction. The paper is guided by the presumption that economic liberalisation is the appropriate policy response to globalisation. This has been a hotly debated issue between NGOs and various government departments for many years. There have been some changes in the government’s analysis of how liberalisation should take place, with much greater attention to the speed and sequencing of liberalisation than in previous publications - but the basic idea that liberalisation is the key policy change that developing countries need to implement is unchanged.

    11. REC: New Regional Environmental Centers: Government Needs: Background
    Attention News Editors ngos refuse to participate in government consultations on genetic engineering of monthly newsletter of food system analysis, the Ram's Horn, "This debate
    Government Needs Analysis
    3.1 Background
    Supporting NGOs is a priority goal of REC-Budapest. This support, however, would be ineffective without constructive and cooperative relationships with national governments in CEE. We assume that REC-Budapest represents a good model of how to facilitate a participatory approach in environmental decision-making and to stimulate a bottom-up approach in environmental initiatives. These considerations are taken as key assumptions in assessing the needs of central governments and regional and local authorities. The needs of governmental agencies that have jurisdictional responsibility for formulating and executing environmental policy at different levels are by and large similar in all countries of the CIS. However, the balance of power between different levels and branches of government can vary. One must differentiate clearly between the needs of environmental authorities as they represent the public interest, and the institutional needs of governmental bodies as they represent the political and administrative interests of the institutions themselves. In summarizing the needs, this analytical report discusses several types of needs. First, it details a country's priority needs. Second, it reviews the needs a NREC could address effectively. For example, while a country may have a critical need to undertake a costly environmental remediation project or build a waste water treatment facility, a NREC would not undertake such expensive projects. This report pays particular attention to government needs entailing public participation and government-NGO relations. Finally, the needs that the countries have in common are discussed. These shared needs prove important for this report since the probability exists that other countries in the CIS face similar needs. The reader should bear this in mind when reading the country discussions.

    12. Europe/Eurasia - USAID Mission To Poland
    to the development of the System of Selfgovernment analysis , a software Supportfor Non-governmental Organizations (ngos) and Public Participation in Local
    Skip redundant navigation Home This Is USAID Privacy ... Contact The United States Agency for International Development
    USAID Mission to Poland
    Poland Assistance Areas Local Government
    Success Stories

    Assistance Areas

    SEED Reports

    Contact Information

    Last updated: Wednesday, 13-Mar-2002 10:46:44 EST
    Kopstein Report

    Activity Reports
    Local Government
    Assistance to the development of local government and decentralization in Poland was one of the key element of the SEED-funded USAID assistance program to Poland from its very beginning. A brief decsription of the assistance is provided below. Alternatively, you may wish to consult a comprehensive historical view prepared by a USAID contractor. For more detail, look up descriptions of key activities , which in some cases include links to key reports or other internet sites. We also suggest you refer to a number of websites belonging to the major local government program that USAID is funding in Poland through March 2001 (the Local Government Partnership Program - LGPP ), and two sites belonging to our major local government reform partners: the Foundation for the Support of Local Democracy (

    13. Ethical Corporation
    Although in the final analysis, ngos are a force independent agency examining howngos function outside a variety of means; government watchdog, professional

    14. Ethical Corporation
    analysis BP and the Baku 27 January 2003 .Jaime Eastham ngos are lining up to pilloryBritish Petroleum over its Host government Agreement in Turkey

    15. Text: U.S. Government To Fund NGOs Providing Assistance To Afghanistan
    meet the financial and accounting requirements of the US government, before they NGOsare encouraged to propose programs that include a mix of Problem analysis.
    11 February 2003
    Text: U.S. Government To Fund NGOs Providing Assistance To Afghanistan
    NGO project guidelines listed in PRM fact sheet The State Department's Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) will begin reviewing proposals from non-government organizations (NGOs) to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan, according to a PRM fact sheet released February 11. PRM's funding for NGOs in Afghanistan will focus on reintegration assistance for Afghan returnees; emergency relief for Afghan refugees who arrived within the last 2 years; and assistance to old-caseload refugees, according to the fact sheet. The PRM guidelines, intended to help NGOs prepare proposals, are listed in "FY2003 PRM Guidelines for NGO Projects: Emergency Relief for Afghan Refugees and Returnees." Although PRM relies on the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and other international organizations to provide humanitarian assistance to refugees and returnees, it also provides direct funding to a number of NGO programs "to fill critical gaps," said the fact sheet. "The U.S. Government," said the fact sheet, "has consistently been the leading donor of humanitarian assistance to Afghans and provided over $530 million in fiscal year 2002 alone." PRM, which has the lead role within the State Department for responding to humanitarian emergencies, "contributed over $145 million for programs benefiting Afghan refugees, returnees, internally displace persons (IDPs), and conflict victims," the fact sheet added.

    16. Derechos: Human Rights In Colombia
    analysis. Canadian Resolution Canadian Parliamentary Committee adopts Resolution urgingthe Colombian government to disband Paramilitary 1999. Human Rights ngos.
    Terror, extra-judicial executions and disappearances seem like every day ocurrences in Colombia. Government-supported death squads battle with terrorists groups and drug lords to impose a real state of terror over large parts of the population. Human Rights workers, lawyers and judges - as well as peasants - are among the most common victims of these groups. Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced from their lands. Impunity reigns. The Colombian government and the Clinton administration have come up with a military-economic plan for the eradication of coke that threatens to increase the armed conflict. This Plan Colombia provides for increased US involvement in the internal war that plagues Colombia and may result in the intensification of the conflict. Meanwhile, a frangible peace process is the only real hope the people of Colombia have for the restoration of their human rights. You can find here English language information and links about the human rights situation in Colombia. More information is available in Spanish
    Plan Colombia Peace Process ... Links
    Urgent Actions
  • Actions from the World Organization Against Torture on Colombia
  • IFEX Alerts
    On freedom of expression in Colombia
  • Voice for Colombians
    Campaign from the U.S. Committee for Refugees
  • 17. International Budget Project - Related Web Sites
    Related ngos. IBASE) Brazilian Institute for Social and Economic analysis (in Portuguese forDemocracy in South Africa (IDASA) — Nongovernment institute in
    Use Targeted
    Web Search region In this Section
    General Resources
    Banks and Financial Systems Budget Analysis Budget Data ... resources
    Related Web Sites - by Topic Area
    Related NGOs
    Model Reports Section Go to this section to view sample budget reports. These reports might be of general interest and also may serve as models for your own reports. Adva Center — The Adva Center is an Israeli policy analysis and advocacy group that focuses on "equity and social justice issues in Israeli society." Their work includes detailed analyses of the Israeli budget (161k HTML). See English Download Index for documents available online. An-Najah National University Public Administration Institute Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS) Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC) ... summaries on some of their recent publications. CIDE's Budget Project
    This Peruvian research center emphasizes economic and administration issues. The site includes information on natural resources and environment, international trade, social policies, economic policy, economics of regulation and business administration. Centro de Assessoria e Estudos Urbanos (CIDADE) (Urban Studies and Advice Center Departamento de Economia, Universidad de Santiago de Chile

    18. Armenian Government On The Web - Introduction
    the Lori Regional Social Monitoring and analysis Unit, tel reduction measures takenby the government is the family poverty benefit system, where ngos are most

    19. Armenian Government On The Web - Introduction
    When the Social Monitoring and analysis unit in the Governor's office was carryingout surveys, almost all the ngos of the region expressed their willingness

    The Government

    The Prime Minister

    Government Structure

    Members of the Cabinet
    This Page in Armenian

    Description of Potential Stakeholders in the PRSP Participatory Process in the Vayots-Dzor Marz Tsoghik Babayan
    Specialist of the Vayots Dzor Regional Social Monitoring and Analysis Unit
    Tel.: (0-81) 2-47-42 Poverty in Armenia, as a crude infringement upon human rights, has turned into a constraint on human development and, unfortunately, an integral part of the life of our public.
    Regular surveys have revealed that notwithstanding the reported economic growth, the evil of poverty does not intend to surrender. The time has come for the whole public to stand up to bring the country out of this difficult situation. A social dialogue between the authorities and the public is necessary, which will, in turn, facilitate the strengthening of civil society. This dialogue will be on the topic of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP). Active participation of the whole public will be necessary in order to implement it. Non-Governmental Organizations After Armenia gained its independence, the development of non-governmental organizations gained momentum in the Vayots-Dzor marz (region). They became especially active starting 1995, when the Republic of Armenia Law on NGOs became effective. NGOs became the ones to express the needs and the mood of the public. About 41 NGOs are active in the region, with about 450 members. The process of NGO creation in 1987-2002 has had the following dynamics (Chart 1).

    20. Institutions.html
    government, ngos, and Institutional Sites. of Public Works; Jakarta Local governmentInformation Statistical be a major source of information and analysis on the
    The World-Wide Web Virtual Library
    Category Subtree Library of Congress
    Indonesia: Society and Culture
    Government, NGOs, and Institutional Sites
    Development Issues, Health and Environment Government Political Human Rights, Independence and Legal Issues ... Research and Publications, Scientific forums
    Development Issues, Health and Environment

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