By David Potter
Protecting the paintings of non-governmental agencies in attempting to switch the environmental regulations of governments and enterprise enterprises, this research appears at box examine in Asia and Africa, and relates it to theoretical concerns within the educational box.
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If one regards ‘passive resistance’ as a kind of opposition, one is left with roughly the same three-fold distinction as in Clark (1991) who suggested NGOs are bound to act in one of three general ways with respect to the state: reforming the state, complementing the state or opposing the state. One can generalise this to working with, apart from or against any target institution. It may not be immediately obvious what is meant by complementary activities or how they constitute a form of advocacy.
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