Civil society is one of the most dynamically expanding sectors in the Asia-Pacific region. By definition, it is the part of the public sphere that broadly refers to non-state institutions and associations that are critical to sustaining modern democratic participation. Civil society needs to be re-conceptualized from its Eurocentric origins, where the idea refers to a particular set of relationships between the state and individuals in the West.
Challenging Third Sector Approaches to Poverty Reduction by Creating Neoliberal Subjects
how microfinance has become a push factor for human trafficking in Cambodia