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  1. State-NGO relations in an era of globalisation

    changing roles and performance of the state and NGOs as products of current trends in the globalisation of economic processes. The policy recommendations from the IFIs are consistent with trends in the globalisation of markets for resources involving the internationalisation of the production process...

  2. Globalisation Is Making Nation-States More Potent and More Relevant

    transnational companies among others play a pivotal role in determining government policy, and influence the nation-state’s authority. Globalisation has resulted in nation-states losing control of their non-physical security requirements. These include information and technology which are now...

  3. Globalisation and Africa

    reduction. Some 35% (SDC – 40%) of regionally classified Swiss bilateral development assistance was allocated to African countries in 2000. The African partners – governments as well as NGOs – are confronted with the adverse effects of globalisation, which is in turn a challenge for development co...

  4. The Role of Civil Society in International Diplomacy and Governance

    The role played by civil society associations in international negotiations and public debate is far from being insignificant. . Their role in international arena has become so significant since the turn of the new millennium, with some calling them the ‘solution’ to the continuing disappointing...

  5. Globalisation in South Africa

    (Hilaire, 2005: 256). Increasing international pressure, boycotts and sanctions resulted in economic pressures that the state could not endure. Thus political globalisation in the form of NGOs, external governments and non-governmental actors was a primary factor in the complete removal of state control...

  6. Political Dimensions of Globalozation

    Political dimensions of Globalisation: Non- Government Organisations Overview Some scholars have argued that the process of globalisation has led to multi-national companies and NGOs becoming more powerful than traditional states. In the past two decades, there has been a transformation in...

  7. Globalization and the World

    politicians. This essay focuses on the positive and negative impact of globalisation on jobs, wages, the environment, working conditions and national sovereignty. What is Globalisation? The shift toward a more integrated and interdependent global economy can be referred as globalization (Hill, 2009...

  8. State Sovereignty

    future role of states is now in doubt, even continued existence of states as sovereign entities. From this view there are two contending arguments that are for and against the question of the survival of state sovereignty. Stephen Krasner on one hand believes that the forces of globalisation do not...

  9. State Sovereignty

    modern state evolved over many years, Weir argues that states are outdated institutions that constantly encounter difficulties in meeting the needs of their citizens. She argues that NGOs and IGOs are seen to play the role of the state. She added that such states do not necessarily possess the...

  10. Rwanda

    nation state. This paper will show to what extend the genocide of Rwanda in 1994 was influenced or even perpetuated by globalisation (Kaldor, 2006, p.72). After giving a short introduction to the underlying ethnic conflict in Rwanda, this paper will illustrate the role of the West and his economic...

  11. Ngo(Non Government Organization)

    Status. The definition of "international NGO" (INGO) is first given in resolution 288 (X) of ECOSOC on February 27, 1950: it is defined as "any international organization that is not founded by an international treaty". The vital role of NGOs and other "major groups" in sustainable development was...

  12. global civil society

    -border advocators (Kaldor 2003). Their role in constructing universal moral values and provision of humanitarian aid was considered to enforce democratic global governance. In contemporary world, the acceleration of globalisation has led to an emergence of global issues such as HIV/AIDS and global...

  13. How Have Recent Protest Movements Responded to Globalisation?

    the most economically, politically and socially deprived members of society. Globalisation is seen by many women across the globe to have played a major role in their deprivation due to such factors as the weakening of the developmentalist state, the feminisation of poverty, the increase in religious...

  14. World Order

    disintegration. Though, it is still an important element, many other factors like economy, ideology, political stability, statesmanship and diplomacy have played substantial role in determining the status of a country among the comity of nations in this globalisation world. The World Order has...

  15. Literature Review: Gender Issues

    opportunities for women have massively expanded through the era of globalisation. Globalisation and modernisation have played a crucial role in providing opportunities for women in terms of education and employment (Tang et al. 2000). With the transformation of Asian societies economically and politically...

  16. Different Roads Toward the Equality and the Development.

    supporting local level initiative. If a NGO support strategies of social mobilisation and empowerment, normally the organization forgets welfare. THE ANTIGLOBALIZATION MOVEMENT. We can understand that currently globalisation is the combination of technology and power globalization. * Many...

  17. Non Traditional Security

    cooperation, for example, in the areas of economic cooperation and integration, but also in the widening of areas of functional cooperation. Processes of globalisation have played a decisive role in the emergence of this new, multilevel and multi-dimensional regionalism. While there are competing...

  18. Globlazation

    REPORT ‘The Globalisation of Nursing: Ethical, Legal and Political Issues’ University of Surrey 10 11 July 2006: A summary of the deliberations of the concurrent working groups Á / Leila Toiviainen Introduction When we examine aspects of the globalization of nursing from ethical, legal...

  19. Discuss the Various Ways in Which Globalisation Is Affecting the World of Work.

    ‘facilitated the growth of transactional networks among NGOs and social movements,' such as a growth in women's groups in the political sphere which has ultimately illustrated that globalisation in the west has somewhat liberated women and opened up employment opportunities in international politics...

  20. Antiglobalization

    the movement can be distinguished: one that might be described as "anti-globalist" or "regionalist", and another that embraces some aspects of globalization (like cross-cultural exchange of information or the diminishing role of the nation state) while rejecting others (like neo-liberal economics...

  21. Brand Social Value

    high degree of trust comes with significant responsibilities, and ngos that fail to deliver on their promises to, say, spend our donations in the proper way will find their brands irreparably damaged. Another important manifestation of the role of social brands as an arbiter is in their interactions...

  22. Business Managmnet Functions

    The Evolution of Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) Most NGOs in PNG are internationally rooted. They have increased in strength and capacity in recent years given rise in fact by the challenges and opportunities in liberalization and globalisation. They play roles in service delivery, emergency...

  23. Strategies for the Msme Sector in a Turbulent Economic Scenario

    district of Kerala points out that SMEs perception of bank credit is of high interest rate, high processing fee, requirements of collateral, personal guarantees, lack of transparency, etc. They further felt that bankers were role and rule oriented, than being client or person oriented, due to which...

  24. Relative Roles of State and Ngos in Community Development with Respect to Housing as Service Delivery

    attempt to secure the protection of human rights nationally and internationally. Chakawarika (2011) argues that, the existence of NGOs is proving to be a necessity rather than a luxury in societies throughout the modern world. It is evident that in many developing countries, the role of NGOs has...

  25. Identify the Ways in Which Non State Actors Especially Ngo Influence International Relation

    . Thus, it is suffice to say that NGOs played a role in the global engagement and chart international relation of states in the modern world. 2. The influence of these independent groups has been known to exist through an approach called the NGO diplomacy[1]. It has become an international tradition...

  26. Uk Wide Approach on Corporate Social Responsibility

    of individual companies and of national economies. In May 2003 DTI and Forum for the Future hosted a workshop for business, NGOs, academics & Government to debate the links between competitiveness, productivity and the increasingly important role of intangible assets, as well as sustainability...

  27. A Changing Power Equilibrium Between Actors: State, Private Sector and Civil Society?

    form of institutions this question has been posed. What is new about the debate are the changes in the relationship between business, State and civil society in relation to increasing globalisation and new technologies. While the state's sovereignty ends with its boundaries, multinationals typically...

  28. Role of Ngo

    citizens and plays a role in redistributive justice and regulation of both international and domestic capital. A section of NGOs and social movements tend to negate this role of the State with an anti-statist outlook. The World Bank and big corporate foundations promote development in the developing...

  29. Patrick Forrester

    decentralised structures have the required skills and responsibility to undertake this role. In recent years, the arena of NGO action has expanded rapidly from local and national settings to the international level. NGOs have been late-comers to this evolving system of global governance but are now...

  30. Globalization and Democracy Around the World

    http://www.arena.uio.no/publications/wp99_23.htm viewed on feb 4 Globalisation and Democracy* The world order is rapidly changing due to global structures of production, trade and communication, it is often contended. Increasingly, the world is becoming one through the revolution in...