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Croatia


Bežovan, Gojko; Matančević, Jelena; Baturina, Danijel
Croatia // Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe: Monitoring 2019 / More-Hollerweger, Eva ; Bogorin, Flavia-Elvira ; Litofcenko, Julia ; Meyer, Michael (ur.).
Vienna: ERSTE Foundation, 2019. str. 51-60


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Naslov
Croatia

Autori
Bežovan, Gojko ; Matančević, Jelena ; Baturina, Danijel

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe: Monitoring 2019

Urednik/ci
More-Hollerweger, Eva ; Bogorin, Flavia-Elvira ; Litofcenko, Julia ; Meyer, Michael

Izdavač
ERSTE Foundation

Grad
Vienna

Godina
2019

Raspon stranica
51-60

ISBN
978-3-902673-14-5

Ključne riječi
Civil society, institutional framework, future trends, Croatia

Sažetak
In 2018, there were no significant changes regarding the socio-political environment and the political framework for civil society in Croatia. Over time, CSOs have been strengthening their position in governance in certain areas. However, their impact remains limited. The CSOs expressed their expectations that the EU will facilitate the development of a more beneficial institutional framework for civil society as well as a higher availability of financial resources. Nevertheless, the stability of funding is still a major challenge for the sustainability of CSOs. The Civil Society Survey (2018) and analysis suggest that the changing relationship with the government, challenges in financing and other external factors will be important in the future. A lack of government support coupled with a state administration that does not acknowledge the importance of the civil society sector could pose an obstacle to the development of the sector. The surveyed experts expect less public financial support as well as more orientation towards available EU funds. Many organizations face problems with sustainability. Some wider social trends influence Croatia as well, such as the demographic challenges related to the ageing of the population and emigration. Moreover, possible consequences of climate change were noted as important factors for the development of Croatian CSOs.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija, Socijalne djelatnosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove:
Pravni fakultet, Zagreb

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www.erstestiftung.org www.erstestiftung.org

Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Bežovan, Gojko; Matančević, Jelena; Baturina, Danijel
Croatia // Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe: Monitoring 2019 / More-Hollerweger, Eva ; Bogorin, Flavia-Elvira ; Litofcenko, Julia ; Meyer, Michael (ur.).
Vienna: ERSTE Foundation, 2019. str. 51-60
Bežovan, G., Matančević, J. & Baturina, D. (2019) Croatia. U: More-Hollerweger, E., Bogorin, F., Litofcenko, J. & Meyer, M. (ur.) Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe: Monitoring 2019. Vienna, ERSTE Foundation, str. 51-60.
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