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Civicus Civil Society Index in Croatia. Building identity: future challenges for CSOs as professionals in the societal arena


Bežovan, Gojko; Matančević, Jelena
Civicus Civil Society Index in Croatia. Building identity: future challenges for CSOs as professionals in the societal arena, 2011. (istraživačko izvješće).


Naslov
Civicus Civil Society Index in Croatia. Building identity: future challenges for CSOs as professionals in the societal arena

Autori
Bežovan, Gojko ; Matančević, Jelena

Izvornik
Civicus - World Alliance for Citizen Participation i Ceraneo - Centar za razvoj neprofitnih organizacija

Vrsta, podvrsta
Ostale vrste radova, istraživačko izvješće

Godina
2011

Ključne riječi
Civil Society Index; Civicus; comparative research; civil society; Croatia

Sažetak
The Civil Society Index (CSI) is a participatory action-research project assessing the state of civil society in countries around the world. The CSI is initiated and implemented by, and for, civil society organisations (CSOs) at the country level, in partnership with CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS). The CSI implementation actively involves and disseminates its findings to a broad range of stakeholders including civil society, government, the media, donors, academics and the public at large. The CSI methodology uses a combination of participatory and scientific research methods to generate an assessment of the state of civil society at the national level. The CSI measures the following core dimensions: Civic Engageme, Level of Organizations, Practice of Values, Perceived Impact and External Environment. This report is structured as follows: Section I, “Civil Society Index Project and Approach”, provides an overview of the history, conceptual framework and methodology of the project. Section II, “Civil Society in Croatia”, presents some key features of Croatian civil society, as well as the mapping of social forces in Croatian civil society and society at large. Section III, “Analysis of Civil Society”, provides the core of the CSI analysis of civil society along five dimensions: Civic Engagement, Level of Organisation, Practice of Values, Perception of Impact and External Environment. It encompasses an in-depth analysis of the research results. Section IV outlines “Strengths and Weaknesses of Civil Society in Croatia”, identified in the research and at the CSI National Workshop. Section V, “Recommendations”, provides recommendations stressed by the civil society stakeholders in the research, at the regional focus groups and the National Workshop. Finally, section VI summarises the main conclusions drawn from the research.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Socijalne djelatnosti



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Projekt / tema
066-0661686-1121 - Civilno društvo i kombinirana socijalna politika u Hrvatskoj (Gojko Bežovan, )

Ustanove
Pravni fakultet, Zagreb