NGOs and Development (Volume 30.3)

How state-funded NGOs are corrupting the political process in developing countries

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Contents

Main articles

NGOs and development by Julian Morris (editorial)
Early Islamic charities as catalysts of institutional innovation by Benedikt Koehler
The Charity Commission - politicised and politicising by Stanley Brodie
Rights and development by George Gelber.
Engaging the private sector to improve health in Africa by Philip Stevens
NGOs vs civil society: reflections on the illiberal, the illegitimate and the unaccountable by Elaine Sternberg
The growing involvement of foreign NGOs in setting policy agendas and political decision-making in Africa by Mike Norton-Griffiths

Other articles

Liberate to learn: education vouchers in Pakistan by Ali Salman
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