civicus

See: civic
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
According to CIVICUS, a global alliance of civil society organisations, the Pakistan government deregistered 3,000 local aid groups in December last year.
The CIVICUS 2011 State of Civil Society Report highlights that people in 88 countries (comprising half the world's population) engaged in mass civic actions during 2011.
The seven women that are on trial are not dangerous vandals as alleged by security forces, instead they are victims of a heavy-handed judicial system which arbitrarily punishes its most engaged and socially conscious citizens," said Semanur Karaman, Policy and Research Officer at CIVICUS.
6) State of Civil Society 2013: Creating and Enabling Environment (Report of Civicus, 2013) at: http://socs.
You can't rely on minutes and proxies; you've just got to make sure that you get on that Gautrain to Civicus Building with a fully charged iPad and lots of coffee.
CIVICUS, Eurobarometer and European Quality of Life Survey, amongst others, have measured the same in recent years.
The ratings were compiled by CIVICUS, a group formed in 1993 and based in South Africa.
Description: This grant renewal provides general purposes support for CIVICUS, an international alliance established in 1993 dedicated to strengthening citizen action and civil society worldwide.
In September, some 300 civil society representatives gathered in Montreal for the 22 CIVICUS World Assembly and issued a joint statement that advocated a combined post-2015 framework.
9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- At CIVICUS World Assembly in Montreal, Canada next week, Brian Cute, CEO of The Public Interest Registry (PIR), the organization that manages the .
The Civicus Survey for Sub-Saharan Africa concludes that "the weakest area of civil society's impact is at the level of holding the state and the private sector to account, indicating that the liberal concept of civil society as a bulwark against the state is not strongly supported in the surveyed countries.
The Regional Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) for Central Asia in cooperation with CIVICUS (with the financial support of the European Union), Freedom House offices in the Kyrgyz Republic and Kazakhstan (with the financial support of the USAID), OSCE Center in Astana, international non-governmental organizations "The Front Line" and "Helvetas" (supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation) will hold a three-day Regional Workshop for Human Rights Defenders from Central Asia in Almaty on 3-5 November 2010.