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Global Trends in NGO Law: Closing Civic Space, Impact on Development and Humanitarian CSOs

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10 April 2017
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Global Trends in NGO Law: Closing Civic Space, Impact on Development and Humanitarian CSOs

Global Trends in NGO Law (Volume 7, Issue 3): Closing Civic Space: Impact on Development and Humanitarian CSOs.

Global trends in NGO law is a publication of the International Centre for Not-for-Profit Law, an international not-for-profit organization that promotes an enabling environment for civil society and public participation worldwide. Since its inception in 1992, ICNL has been the world’s leading organization in the area of efforts to promote progressive laws governing civil society, providing technical assistance to NGO law reform initiatives in more than one hundred countries.

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