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Searching with a thematic focus on Civil Society and governance, Governance in Uganda

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    Mapping trade policy: understanding the challenges of civil society participation

    Institute of Development Studies UK, 2004
    This paper examines the way that a range of development actors view and engage with the arena of trade policy, focusing in particular on the challenges encountered by civil society actors participating in that arena.
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    Taxation, aid and democracy: research programme 2000-2003

    Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway, 2004
    This paper, based on research carried out in Namibia, Tanzania and Uganda, discusses taxation, aid and democracy in aid-dependent African countries.
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    Rethinking participation: questions for civil society about the limits of participation in PRSPs

    ActionAid International, 2004
    This discussion paper aims to inform and provoke discussion among civil society organisations engaged in PRSP consultations.It argues that there are serious limitations and constraints to the process as it currently exists, and that the IMF and the World Bank’s focus on poverty is limited to ameliorating the social damage done by the negative impacts of their structural adjustment policies and
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    Strengthening democracy: can CSOs help?

    id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2002
    The creation of a workable democracy is a prime concern for many conflict-torn societies. A challenge faced in the past by Bosnia and Uganda, it is one that Afghanistan is likely to have to face in the near future. How far can civil society organisations (CSOs) help (re)-build democracy?

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