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Showing Japan's Face or Creating Powerful Challengers? Are NGOs really partners to the government in Japan's foreign aid?
(University of Canterbury. School of Political Science and Communication, 2007)
This thesis is exploring interactions of Japanese NGOs to be influential in official foreign aid from outside of the exclusive Japanese decision-making process. Three case studies have been undertaken to examine how ...
NGOs Participation in Local Governance in the Philippines
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 2013)
This thesis is concerned with Local Government Unit - Nongovernmental Organizations (LGU-NGOs) partnership in local governance in the Philippines as embodied in the 1987 Philippine Constitution and the Local Government ...
NGOs and Human Rights Promotion: Socialisation, Framing, and the Case of West Papua
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 2008)
Recent developments in international relations have seen dramatic increases in the number and activities of human rights non-governmental organisations (NGOs). This has inspired research that seeks to explain processes of ...