Civil society in your country

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Civil society in your country

Postby EPlatformTeam » Fri Jun 03, 2016 11:41 am

Could you describe how the functioning of civil society is regulated in your country?

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Re: Civil society in your country

Postby YousSay » Wed Jun 29, 2016 12:19 am

The functioning of civil society is not well regulated because more important things are to be improved by the government.
For the time being, priorities are set for security affairs.
Things will improve when people will be more involved in the civil society and conscious about their own role in the one hand, and political parties will be weaker in the other hand. Now, these ones want to be the major players and leave no space, by all means, for others to participate.

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Re: Civil society in your country

Postby Vano » Wed Jul 13, 2016 2:50 pm

Dear YousSay,

Thanks a lot for your views. I share the point that it is crucial to acknowledge that each citizen should ensure that his/her rights are respected and that's why the empowerment of citizens and civil society groups matter.
Vano Chkhikvadze

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Re: Civil society in your country

Postby aboud » Tue Nov 29, 2016 12:33 pm

There is no doubt that civil society role is indispensable in the process of sectorial development.Most countries policies are made with the integration of its non-governmental bodies to have a comprehensive, deep partnership.Yet, The role of civil society is very limited in some countries.This is the case in Algeria, where these bodies dont have wide access To participatory policy and decision making.Most of these organisations are marganised To one reason or another.There is then the donothing organisations which work occasionaly because of the luck of funding.

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