8 edition of Civil Society and Political Change in Morocco (History and Society in the Islamic World) found in the catalog.
July 10, 2007
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In his book, The Rise of Global Civil Society, evangelical public policy expert Don Eberly, former deputy director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives under. The subject of this inquiry will be the politics of independent Morocco from to , the most recent period of rapid political development. Partly by adaptation of old habits and partly by innovation a new political structure has been created.
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Book Description. Taking Morocco as its focus, this book looks at the political change in the country since It places particular emphasis on key topics, such as civil society, human rights and reform, as vital issues for understanding the developments in the contemporary Middle East.
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Summary and conclusion: Civil society, hegemony and the public sphere in Morocco After having referred to the empirical changes that happened in the civil society-state relationship in terms of Morocco’s public sphere, it is the objective of this chapter to relate this development with the argument that I have formulated in the beginning of Author: James N.
Sater. This definition follows the theoretical framework in James Sater’s work, Civil Society Civil Society and Political Change in Morocco book Political Change in Morocco () and aims to highlight a notion of “public space” and a less. Get this from a library.
Civil society and political change in Morocco. [James N Sater] -- This book is concerned with political change in Morocco sincewith particular emphasis on civil society, human rights and reform.
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Middle Eastern Studies: Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. Civil society can be understood as the "third sector" of society, distinct from government and business, and including the family and the private sphere. By other authors, civil society is used in the sense of 1) the aggregate of non-governmental organizations and institutions that manifest interests and will of citizens or 2) individuals and organizations in a society which are independent of.
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Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. It does so through the lens of women civil society activism and through analysis of cases of policy reform in three Arab countries namely: Lebanon, Morocco and Yemen.
The book addresses the tension between policy change and state repression; between Islamic traditional/religious values and civil/secular ones; between the formal and the informal. This book examines the ways in which Arab civil society actors have attempted to influence public policies. In particular, the book studies the drive towards a change of policies that affect women and their well-being.
It does so through the lens of women civil society activism and through analysis. CIVICUS CIVIL SOCIETY INDEX ANALYTICAL COUNTRY REPORT FOR MOROCCO FOREWORD The completion of the Civil Society Index in Morocco was made in accordance to the methodology and steps recommended by CIVICUS.
The overall approach is participatory and based on different sources of information: a literature review, extensive case studies, directFile Size: 1MB.
Civil Society in Morocco: Multi-level challenges to reform – (Part 2) has been a stimulus for positive political change in Morocco, I assert that, in the case of political reforms for.
"The multiple forms of civil society activism across the Middle East and North Africa tell us a story of resistance and hunger for change on the part of significant sectors of society and this book brilliantly captures this dynamism." — Francesco Cavatorta, Department.
Structured around the three themes of peace-building, development, and change, the book also addresses challenges faced by civil society organizations linked to ethnic, linguistic, and cultural diversities as well as religious salient differences that are crucial markers of social and political identity.
Civil Society Strengthening Program in Morocco. the government of Morocco has worked to improve its political and economic policies. Operating under a new constitution, the government is committed to increasing accountability, and civic participation. the program partners with all levels of government and civil society in Morocco to.
Momentum cuts in all directions—for repression as well as for change—but hard power and political ideology is being profoundly contested. "Arab Politics beyond the Uprisings: Experiments in an Era of Resurgent Authoritarianism” is a multi-year TCF.
In particular, the book studies the drive towards a change of policies that affectwomen and their well-being. It does so through the lens of women civil society activism andthrough analysis of cases of policy reform in three Arab countries namely: Lebanon, Moroccoand by: 1.Reshaping Civil Society in Morocco Boundary Setting, Integration and Consolidation society relations, the most persistent voices for change come from civil society.
It is assumed that civil society fosters political liberalisation and leads to increased civic participation in the public sphere. At the same time, maintaining an exclusive.The Middle East Institute Policy Brief No. 29 May This Policy Brief examines party politics and limited elections in Morocco.
Politi-cal parties in Morocco do not contest the regime’s traditional sources of power and embrace the monarchy’s religious status .