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Centre for Civil Society

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The Centre for Civil Society (not to be confused with the London-based Centre for Civil Society - LSE) "was established in the Faculty of Community and Development Disciplines in July 2001. It began with a staff of one but has rapidly expanded and now has a staff of 19. The Centre has a wide range of thriving local, national and international linkages with key organisations and individuals in and concerned with civil society." [1]

"The Globalisation, Marginalisation and New Social Movements project was a 3 year project between 2003 and 2006. It was hosted jointly by the Centre for Civil Society (CCS) and the School of Development Studies, and was funded by Atlantic Philanthropies and the Ford Foundation. The project is structured around 16 case studies of different social movements which were conducted between June 2003 and July 2004. This work is available in the 2006 volume, Voices of Protest, and in the form of longer research reports below.

"A book entitled Voices of Protest Social Movements in Post-Apartheid South Africa has been published by UKZN Press." [2]

Staff (2014)

  • Faith ka-Manzi (Community Scholar)
  • Baruti Amisi (Researcher)
  • Patrick Bond (Director of the Centre for Civil Society)
  • Shauna Mottiar (Senior Research Fellow)

Staff (2010)

Accessed March 2010: [3]

Staff & Visiting Researchers (2007)

Accessed October 2007: [4]

Advisory Board

Accessed October 2007: [5]

Advisory Board of the Centre for Civil Society

Research Board of the Centre for Civil Society

The Project Advisory Group was finalized by the 18 March 2002. It consists of :

Advisory Board of the Centre for Civil Society

Publications

Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch

References

  1. About the Centre, Centre for Civil Society, accessed October 11, 2007.
  2. Introduction, Centre for Civil Society, accessed October 11, 2007.
  3. Staff & Visiting Researchers, Centre for Civil Society, accessed March 12, 2010.
  4. Staff & Visiting Researchers, Centre for Civil Society, accessed October 11, 2007.
  5. Advisory Board, Centre for Civil Society, accessed October 11, 2007.