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Waves of Change Within Civil Society in Latin America: Mexico City and Sao Paulo

LAVALLE, Adrian Gurza; BUENO, Natalia S.
Fonte: SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC Publicador: SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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For the past half a century, Latin American scholars have been pointing toward the emergence of new social actors as agents of social and political democratization. The first wave of actors was characterized by the emergence of novel agents-mainly, new popular movements-of social transformation. At first, the second wave, epitomized by nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), was celebrated as the upsurge of a new civil society, but later on, it was the target of harsh criticism. The literature often portrays this development in Latin American civil society as a displacement trend of actors of the first wave by the second wave-""NGOization""-""and even denounces new civil society as rootless, depoliticized, and functional to retrenchment. Thus, supposedly, NGOization encumbers social change. The authors argue that NGOization diagnosis is a flawed depiction of change within civil society. Rather than NGOization related to the depoliticization and neoliberalization of civil society, in Mexico City and Sao Paulo, there has been modernization of organizational ecologies, changes in the functional status of civil society, and interestingly, specialization aimed at shaping public agenda. The authors argue that such specialization, instead of encumbering social change...

Educação ambiental e organizações da sociedade civil da bacia hidrográfica do córrego Água Quente (São Carlos/SP): compreendendo a incorporação da temática ambiental em suas ações sócio-educativas; Environmental education and civil society organizations on the Água Quente stream bay (Sao Carlos/SP): understanding the incorporation of the environmental theme on social and educational acts

Oliveira, Sara Monise de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 05/10/2007 PT
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A importância em compreender e fortalecer espaços coletivos de construção de conhecimento e desenvolvimento de ações ambientais para a participação popular e exercício da cidadania, nos levou a escolher como tema de pesquisa as relações entre educação ambiental e organizações da sociedade civil no processo de discussão e ação no campo ambiental. O trabalho de investigação envolveu duas fases: uma aberta e uma focalizada. A fase aberta se deu durante minha inserção como pesquisadora-educadora em um projeto sócio-ambiental, o Água Quente. Este, desenvolve-se desde 2005, por duas associações civis junto a outras organizações da sociedade civil que atuam na bacia hidrográfica do córrego Água Quente, região sul da cidade de São Carlos. Os objetivos foram: fortalecimento de organizações comunitárias locais, formação e capacitação de agentes comunitários e recuperação ambiental. Nesta fase, foi realizada a observação participante e a consulta a materiais produzidos pelo projeto Água Quente, a fim de iniciar um processo de aproximação e compreensão do contexto da ação sócio-educativa, bem como formular perguntas de pesquisa. Consequentemente, a segunda fase buscou respostas para as seguintes indagações: Que questões estão relacionadas à apropriação da temática ambiental por organizações da sociedade civil? Qual o papel da educação ambiental na construção e no fortalecimento da atuação de organizações da sociedade civil em relação ao ambiente local? Os objetivos específicos da fase focalizada foram: conhecer e apresentar a atuação de diferentes organizações da sociedade civil da bacia hidrográfica do córrego Água Quente...

A concentração geográfica da sociedade civil global: análise da distribuição das sedes das organizações não governamentais credenciadas para as conferências sociais globais da Organização das Nações Unidas (1925-1996) e para as conferênci; The geographic concentration of global civil society: analysis of the distribution of the seats of non-governmental organizations accredited to the global social conferences of The United Nations (1992-1996) and the ministerial conferences of the world Trade Organization

Silva, Vania Sandeléia Vaz da
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 04/08/2011 PT
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Entre 1992 e 2005, representantes de 11.921 organizações não governamentais (ONGs) participaram de conferências realizadas pela Organização das Nações Unidas (ONU) e pela Organização Mundial do Comércio (OMC). Tendo em vista que, tradicionalmente, apenas os representantes dos Estados-membros dessas duas organizações seriam admitidos, a crescente presença de atores não-governamentais nesses eventos foi considerada uma das evidências empíricas do surgimento de uma sociedade civil global. Contudo, alguns críticos afirmam que a sociedade civil não seria global, mas concentrada geograficamente em alguns países. Nosso objetivo é analisar se, de fato, existe tal concentração e quais suas principais características. Com esse objetivo, analisamos a distribuição geográfica das sedes das ONGs credenciadas para esses eventos, discutindo dois dos principais argumentos contrários à idéia de sociedade civil global: o primeiro afirma que a sociedade civil não é global porque seus atores estão concentrados em países do Norte (gerando um desnível Norte-Sul, com predomínio numérico e político de ONGs do Norte sobre as do Sul); o segundo, defende que a concentração das ONGs espelha as atuais constelações de poder em âmbito internacional (pois as ONGs seriam...

A mônada isolada: a sociedade civil como problema; The isolated monad: the civil society as problem

Raymundo, Paulo Roberto Pereira
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 10/04/2012 PT
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Certos aspectos da vida institucional de uma república constitucional contemporânea podem ser compreendidos à luz de três conceitos extraídos de Sobre a Questão Judaica (1844) e da Introdução da Crítica da Filosofia do Direito de Hegel (1843), ambos os textos de Karl Marx: a separação entre a sociedade civil e o Estado político, o isolamento do cidadão na sociedade civil e a distinção entre revolução social e revolução política. Nossa agenda de pesquisas mostra que os três conceitos se integram nas instituições sociais e políticas que emergem das revoluções burguesas, especialmente a Revolução Francesa. Procuramos delinear o perfil dessas instituições fora do lugar-comum frequente nos discursos liberais de que o Estado é uma espécie de peso morto para a sociedade carregar. Dado esse objetivo, não seria possível elaborar esta dissertação nos limites da leitura estritamente imanente das obras da bibliografia de referência (a Filosofia do Direito de Hegel e as obras acima indicadas), já que o que se pretende é exatamente mostrar que as ideias organizadoras da crítica marxiana da política ainda nos servem para compreender o político e o social da nossa contemporaneidade, neste caso, a brasileira. Daí pormos em destaque amplas questões da nossa atualidade (do golpe de 1964 até hoje) como i) os militares...

A comunicação pública como práxis no processo de mediação e mobilização da sociedade civil na esfera pública; Public communication as praxis in the mediation process and mobilization of civil society in the public sphere

Cesar, Regina Célia Escudero
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 18/12/2012 PT
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Esta tese faz uma reflexão teórico-propositiva sobre a dinâmica da ação comunicativa que articula os movimentos sociais da sociedade civil na esfera publica. Utilizamo-nos da metodologia da interpretação hermenêutica em profundidade tanto na fase da pesquisa bibliográfica quanto na empírica, a fim de compreender o nosso campo-sujeito de investigação a partir das interpretações e reinterpretações destes sujeitos sobre sua realidade e sobre as temáticas analisadas nesta pesquisa de tese: público, esfera pública, sociedade civil, comunicação pública e cidadania. Defendemos a comunicação pública como mediadora da relação que se estabelece entre a sociedade civil e o Estado na esfera pública, numa perspectiva inclusiva, democrática e pautada numa interação entre sujeitos igualmente competentes e ativos que participam deste processo. Esta nova visão requer também um novo posicionamento do profissional relações-públicas, que, nesta pesquisa de tese, é abordado a partir do paradigma ético-discursivo. Para fundamentar estas reflexões, desenvolvemos uma análise do contexto sóciohistórico deste profissional. Na sua dimensão empírica, esta pesquisa de tese analisou os conceitos teóricos que a fundamentam num contexto específico de uma esfera pública...

O socioambientalismo na perspectiva da sociedade civil latino americana : uma analise no ambito das conferencias das Nações Unidas; Social environmentalism in the Latin American civil society perspective : an analysis in the United Nations conferences

Antonio Carlos Carneiro de Albuquerque
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 15/12/2008 PT
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Nesta tese estabeleceu-se o objetivo de pesquisar a construção da abordagem socioambiental, na perspectiva da sociedade civil da América Latina no âmbito internacional, com o recorte nas conferências internacionais e reuniões organizadas pelas Nações Unidas sobre meio ambiente. Neste sentido, o que se pretendeu nesse trabalho foi compreender as origens, os significados e os desdobramentos das discussões sobre a sustentabilidade, o desenvolvimento, a temática ambiental, ocorridas nas fases preparatórias e durante a realização desses encontros, e de que forma levaram à formação de uma perspectiva socioambiental na arena internacional. Também são apresentadas as alterações no contexto, nos elementos constitutivos e nos referenciais teóricos criados pelos atores participantes dos fóruns internacionais patrocinados pela ONU ao longo de cerca de cinco décadas, especialmente no que diz respeito à sociedade civil. Procurou-se, assim, realizar a análise dos registros e produtos gerados nas fases preparatórias e durante a realização de cada um dos eventos internacionais, tanto na agenda oficial quanto nos eventos paralelos de cada um deles. A tese também faz uma análise segundo cada um dos períodos históricos vinculados às conferências e reuniões da ONU e cobertos pela pesquisa (1960 e 1970...

Civil Society, Public Action and Accountability in Africa

Devarajan, Shantayanan; Khemani, Stuti; Walton, Michael
Fonte: Banco Mundial Publicador: Banco Mundial
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This paper examines the potential role of civil society action in increasing state accountability for development in Sub-Saharan Africa. It further develops the analytical framework of the World Development Report 2004 on accountability relationships, to emphasize the underlying political economy drivers of accountability and implications for how civil society is constituted and functions. It argues on this basis that the most important domain for improving accountability is through the political relations between citizens, civil society, and state leadership. The evidence broadly suggests that when higher-level political leadership provides sufficient or appropriate powers for citizen participation in holding within-state agencies or frontline providers accountable, there is frequently positive impact on outcomes. However, the big question remaining for such types of interventions is how to improve the incentives of higher-level leadership to pursue appropriate policy design and implementation. The paper argues that there is substantial scope for greater efforts in this domain...

Civil Society and Peacebuilding : Potential, Limitations and Critical Factors

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
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This report develops and discusses a new analytical framework to understand the functions of civil society in peace building. In theory and practice, there is a wide variety of ways to categorize civil society contributions to development and peacebuilding. Donors tend to employ actor-oriented perspectives, focusing on supporting activities of different types of civil society organizations in a given situation. This report proposes to move toward a functional perspective, centered on the roles that different actors can play in conflict situations. The analysis shows that civil society can make numerous positive contributions and have unique potential to support peacebuilding and conflict mitigation. It can do so independently as actor in its own right, or in relation to peacebuilding processes and programs led by Governments or the international community. Despite many successful initiatives on the ground, however, civil society should not be considered a panacea. The existence of civil society per se cannot be equated with the existence of peacebuilding actors. Similarly...

Engagement with Civil Society : An EITI Implementation Case Study

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
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Within the World Bank Group (WBG), the Oil, Gas, and Mining Policy Division (COCPO) is responsible for policy and advisory services in the oil, gas, and mining sectors, including World Bank lending. The unit also manages WBG participation in a number of donor-funded global programs and partnerships, including the Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) for the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). The main finding of this paper is that the direct support to civil society organization (CSO) through the Development Grant Facility (DGF) mechanism (July 2005 to June 2008) was well received and met key program objectives. In particular, DGF funding catalyzed the EITI in countries by helping strengthen CSO ability to play their role in the initiative. Working closely with the Revenue Watch Institute (RWI) during the later part of the DGF grant cycle helped COCPO build partnerships with CSO. The CSO also found the strategic nature of the DGF interventions to be positive, given that the grants allowed them to carry out a broad range of activities (advocacy...

Can Civil Society Overcome Government Failure in Africa?

Devarajan, Shantayanan; Khemani, Stuti; Walton, Michael
Fonte: Oxford University Press on behalf of the World Bank Publicador: Oxford University Press on behalf of the World Bank
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Government failures are widespread in Africa. Symptoms include absentee teachers, leakage of public funds, monopolized trucking, and employment-restricting regulations. Can civil society do anything about these failures? Would external donor support to civil society help? We argue that the challenge for civil society is to improve government functioning by strengthening political incentives—the underlying cause of government failure—rather than bypassing or supplanting the state. This paper reviews the available evidence on civil society interventions from this perspective. Although the current increase in political competition and extensive citizen engagement in Africa seems to create the potential for civil society influence, we find that there are large knowledge gaps regarding what works, where, and how. Some rigorous evaluations find significant impacts of civil society involvement on development outcomes, but these studies typically pay insufficient attention to the mechanisms. For example, are impacts due to overcoming government failure or to changing private household behavior, leaving the wasteful allocation of public resources untouched? We conclude that donor support to civil society should take an approach of learning by doing through ongoing experimentation backed by rigorous...

Civil society, social capital and the churches: HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea

Luker, Vicki
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper Formato: 252965 bytes; 367 bytes; application/pdf; application/octet-stream
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The churches are crucial actors in the response to Papua New Guineas growing problem with HIV/AIDS, but often they excite ambivalence. While several have led the way in supporting people affected by HIV, Christianity tends to be identified with teachings about sexuality and an opposition to condoms that many people involved with prevention deplore. In this paper I try to move beyond the glib assessment that the churches are bad at prevention, good at care. I frame HIV/AIDS in terms of development, and broadly conceptualise the activities that can affect the course and impacts of the epidemic. Without venturing far into theoretical debates surrounding civil society and social capital, I use these concepts or ideas associated with them - to think about the churches. Although they are major institutions in PNG and other Pacific Island countries, very little secular analysis of their contemporary social capacities and roles is available. Finally, I reflect upon the future roles of the churches in response to HIV/AIDS. These parting thoughts have some bearing on general issues concerning the role of churches in development.; no

Civil Society: Theory and practice in East-Central Europe

FORBRIG, Joerg
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: Paper; application/pdf; digital
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This study examines the concept of civil society from three distinct, yet interrelated, angles taking their departure from several shortcomings characteristic of current discourse on civil society. Firstly, the recent renaissance and subsequent expansion of thought and discussion about civil society have been accompanied by a noteworthy lack of conceptual and terminological clarity. A high degree of eclecticism prevails, with contributors choosing arguments and definitions commensurate with their own ideological, disciplinary and cultural positions but ignorant of the full conceptual wealth and development of civil society through history. Therefore, the first part of this study scrutinises the conceptual history of civil society, demonstrates how its analytical and normative content has dynamically developed over time and, against this backdrop, proposes and justifies a clear-cut definition. Secondly, it is striking to observe how thin the empirical knowledge base, in which the current debate is grounded, is. Theoretically oriented contributions prevail over empirical enquiries, and where empirical accounts have been provided, evidence is more often than not anecdotal, focuses on specific aspects of civil society, or addresses individual cases...

Literacy, book publishing and civil society

Crowl, Linda
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper Formato: 257406 bytes; 352 bytes; application/pdf; application/octet-stream
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[Introduction]:Despite batteries of tests given at intervals during schooling years, literacy rates among Pacific Islands populations are low, particularly in Melanesia. Low literacy rates are markers not only of inability to read but also of a lack of communication flows. Remedies are scattered and piecemeal at best, dramatically affecting book publishing, an under-rated area of importance for civil society. I use the term civil society here in three senses: • contractually, as in the rights of citizens within states; • representatively, as in peoples' participation in non-governmental activities (both formal associations and non-formal communities) to supplement or to balance states' actions; and • morally, as in the ability of people to discuss their differences (including digitally, electronically, in print and writing), rather than resorting to violence, to settle them. Some coordination exists among different sectors of the book chain -- writers, publishers, booksellers, librarians, teachers, readers -- but the scope for improvement is great. Although some publishers cooperate, by and large, they operate independently if not competitively -- be they governmental agencies, churches and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs)...

Yemen Civil Society Organizations in Transition : A Mapping and Capacity Assessment of Development-Oriented Civil Society Organizations in Five Governorates

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Other Social Protection Study; Economic & Sector Work
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Civil society in Yemen is vibrant and diverse but highly fragmented. It includes independent registered and organized civic groups, less organized local self-help organizations, and charity oriented groups. The first period, from 1950 to 1963, saw a growth in associational activity in the modern enclave of late colonial Aden and within the protectorates of the northern imamate amidst heavy immigration and modernization. A second stage of development took place in the late 1970s and 1980s with very little central control but exceptional affluence thanks to remittances from citizens employed in the Gulf. As the political transition in Yemen continues, there is renewed interest in engaging local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the process of service delivery, decentralization, institution building and in encouraging inclusion and greater citizen participation. The Government has requested that the World Bank update its earlier work on CSOs in Yemen to map and to assess the capacities of present-day...

Budget and Procurement Monitoring in Nigeria : A Civil Society Perspective

Zovighian, Diane
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Brief
ENGLISH; EN_US
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Can governments be held accountable for spending by citizen organizations? In this issue the author present the experience of two civil society organizations (CSOs) engaged in budget and procurement review and monitoring in Nigeria. In the Nigerian context, the preconditions for accountable citizen-state relations are underdeveloped. In particular, some of the building blocks of transparent and accountable public financial management systems are absent or dysfunctional. Lack of information and limited opportunities for citizens' engagement in government processes have resulted in high levels of mistrust between citizens and government. Despite these challenges, there are people and groups, in both government and civil society, who have taken bold steps to ensure greater transparency and accountability in the planning and management of public resources. For example, networks of CSOs working in the area of procurement oversight have started demanding information on procurement bids. The World Bank civil society fund provides financial and technical support to CSOs aimed at improving their capacity and effectiveness to engage in reform and policy processes. Given the World Bank's broader focus on governance reforms...

Brownfield Remediation in Kingston and Hamilton, Ontario: A Virtuous Cycle of Civil Society Involvement

ROBERTS, ALLISON
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 10708019 bytes; application/pdf
EN; EN
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As the pressures of urban development progressively threaten the preservation of greenfields, it is increasingly understood that sustainable development and smart growth strategies must include the remediation and redevelopment of brownfields. As the support for brownfield redevelopment strengthens, and frameworks for brownfield planning become more prominent at municipal levels, it is important that municipalities not only ensure the proper remediation of old brownfield sites, but also identify a place for civil society within brownfield plans. The legal, financial, social, environmental, and health complexities of redevelopment, as well as the impact of brownfield sites on the community, make civil society involvement an essential component of a successful brownfield strategy. This case-based thesis research examines the role of civil society in brownfield remediation and redevelopment through themes of social capital, social learning and risk perceptions. The two cases studies are former landfill sites; the Rennie Street landfill in Hamilton, Ontario and the Belle Park landfill in Kingston, Ontario. Both cases involved civil society using legal action as a reactive approach to contamination leaching from the respective sites into nearby water bodies. The research was conducted through participant observation...

Global Civil Society and International Business: a review; Sociedad civil global y Negocios Internacionales

Gonzalez-Perez, Maria Alejandra
Fonte: Grupo de Investigación La Gerencia en Colombia; Escuela de Administración Publicador: Grupo de Investigación La Gerencia en Colombia; Escuela de Administración
Tipo: article; Artículo; publishedVersion
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Purpose – This chapter on global civil society provides a definition of global civil society, and also provides a historical and theoretical overview of social movements. This chapter also presents a taxonomy of non-state actors and demonstrates at the theoretical level that actions and initiatives by non-state actors since the 1990s’ globalisation. In this chapter, the concept of civil society is presented as a form of globalisation from below, and its role in the participatory governance of societal processes implies forms of soft regulation and moral authority which transcend the role of states as enforcers. Design/methodology/approach – This chapter is based on an extensive literature review. Findings – Actions and initiatives by non-state actors in the current age of globalisation have been increasing. This increase has become more evident with the more stringent traceability of processes associated with the development of information and communication technologies (ICT), and private forms of organisation networking at the local and transnational level. This has re-defined geographical boundaries, creating proximity between individuals which goes beyond physical constraints, and it has extended definitions of communities to multiple levels of identification and convergence...

Re-envisioning civil society in the Republic of Belarus

Brel, Yuliya
Fonte: University of Delaware Publicador: University of Delaware
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Yanich, Danilo; The concept of civil society emerged hundreds of years ago. However, even today there exists no unanimously accepted definition of civil society. At the same time, civil society is considered to be the essential feature characterizing democratic states. It is regarded especially important for the states currently in the process of transition from authoritarian regimes. This paper seeks to study the role of civil society in the Republic of Belarus - one of the former republics of the Soviet Union. The analysis is based on the data from the national public opinion poll conducted in Belarus in September 2014 by the Independent Institute of Sociological, Economic and Political Studies (IISEPS). The survey data are considered against three main constructs, namely the language problem, two realities and the resource state. The analysis shows that few Belarusians are involved in public activity; they mostly trust public organizations supported by the state, and in general believe that civil society is controlled by the former. The findings may imply that Belarusian citizens do not see civil society as an intermediary between them and the state, and thus their will and interests might be manifested by other means. Consequently...

INTERNATIONAL CIVIL SOCIETY ACTORS IN GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS AS A FIELD OF STRUGGLE: A NEO-GRAMSCIAN STUDY IN BRAZIL AND THE UNITED KINGDOM

FONTOURA, YUNA
Fonte: Fundação Getúlio Vargas Publicador: Fundação Getúlio Vargas
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Since the international financial and food crisis that started in 2008, strong emphasis has been made on the importance of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) (or “transgenics”) under the claim that they could contribute to increase food productivity at a global level, as the world population is predicted to reach 9.1 billion in the year 2050 and food demand is predicted to increase by as much as 50% by 2030. GMOs are now at the forefront of the debates and struggles of different actors. Within civil society actors, it is possible to observe multiple, and sometime, conflicting roles. The role of international social movements and international NGOs in the GMO field of struggle is increasingly relevant. However, while many of these international civil society actors oppose this type of technological developments (alleging, for instance, environmental, health and even social harms), others have been reportedly cooperating with multinational corporations, retailers, and the biotechnology industry to promote GMOs. In this thesis research, I focus on analysing the role of “international civil society” in the GMO field of struggle by asking: “what are the organizing strategies of international civil society actors, such as NGOs and social movements...

The Relationship between the State and Civil Society in Socio-Productive Development in Argentina Today; Relación Estado-sociedad civil en las políticas de desarrollo socio-productivo en Argentina contemporánea; Relação estado-sociedade civil nas políticas de desenvolvimento socioprodutivas na Argentina contemporânea

Hopp, Malena Victoria; Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani FSOC-UBA - Argentina
Fonte: Editora da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (Edufsc) Publicador: Editora da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (Edufsc)
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/01/2011 POR
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1414-49802011000100002O Artigo reflete sobre a relação entre as instituições estaduais e a sociedade civil nas políticas de desenvolvimento socioprodutivas, implementadas na Argentina a partir de 2003. Para tanto, examina-se a função atribuída à participação dos beneficiários e as organizações da sociedade civil nessas políticas e os supostos acerca das formas de participação que subjazem em suas normativas. Em seguida, analisa-se o desenvolvimento efetivo dessa articulação entre estado e sociedade civil, no processo de execução dos programas e as dificuldades que surgem, a partir do caso de uma cooperativa de trabalho que foi apoiada por tais programas. Em relação à metodologia, foi usada uma abordagem plural que articulou a análise documentária junto com técnicas qualitativas de tipo etnográficas. ; El artículo reflexiona acerca de la relación entre las instituciones estatales y la sociedad civil en las políticas de desarrollo socio-productivo, implementadas en la Argentina a partir del año 2003. Para ello se indaga cuál es el rol asignado a la participación de los destinatarios y las organizaciones de la sociedad civil en estas políticas y los supuestos acerca de las formas de participación que subyacen en sus normativas. Luego...