NGOs in development: opportunities and challenges
Over the past two decades, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have increased in number, size and scope and established themselves in pivotal positions in social, economic and political landscapes across the globe. Their role in the development world specifically has been transformed. Originally situated on the periphery of the development community and often directly opposed to its mainstream, NGOs are now central to contemporary development discourse and practice. They have also been...[Show more]
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