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Hier finden sich  Ergebnisse und Dokumentationen des von 2011-2013 von der EU geförderten und von der University of Nottingham geleiteten Projektes "EU-China Civil Society Dialogue on Participatory Public Policy. Strengthening the Role of Citizens in Public Policy Making and Implementation", in dem  das China-Programm der Stiftung Asienhaus Konsortiumsmitglied war. Im Rahmen dieses Projektes wurden acht Dialogveranstaltungen sowie zwei  internationale Konferenzen durchgeführt und es sind zahlreiche Videos und Vortragsmaterialien daraus hervorgegangen.

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Diese internationale Konferenz versammelt europäische und chinesischeAkteure der Zivilgesellschaft. Teilnehmer aus Wissenschaft, Politik undPolitikgestaltung verbindet Ihr Interesse an Einflussnahme und politischerInnovation der Zivilgesellschaft in der VR China. Kontakt Dr Andreas Fulda   傅洛达Andreas.Fulda@nottingham.ac.ukSenior Fellow, China Policy InstituteLecturer, School of Contemporary Chinese StudiesProgram Manager for EU-China Civil Society Dialogue NG8 1BB The University of Nottingham05.09.2013Veranstalter: School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham Konferenzprogramm Konferenz Ankuendigung Mehr
This international conference brings together European and Chinese civil society practitioners, academics and policy makers with a keen interest in civil society contributions to policy innovation in the PR China.Contact  Dr Andreas Fulda   傅洛达Andreas.Fulda@nottingham.ac.ukSenior Fellow, China Policy InstituteLecturer, School of Contemporary Chinese StudiesProgram Manager for EU-China Civil Society Dialogue NG8 1BB The University of Nottingham05.09.2013Veranstalter: School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham Agenda of the Conference Conference Announcement Mehr
Fulda, Andreas / China Daily
As foreign aid is phased out in China, new funding challenges are cropping up. The face of China`s civil society has undergone a dramatic makeover in recent years, none more so than in the way its organizations are funded. Less than 20 years ago, China`s voluntary sector was wholly reliant on overseas donors. Seed funding from US organizations such as the Ford Foundation kick-started the development of China`s voluntary sector after the United Nations` Fourth World Conference on Women, held in Beijing in 1995. Foreign funding enabled the establishment of more-or-less autonomous citizen groups in China designed to alleviate poverty, strengthen rights of women and disabled people, and protect the environment. While 'government-organized... Mehr
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South China Morning Post, 25.1.2013 Mehr
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China Policy Institute Policy Paper 2013: No. 4 Mehr
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China Policy Institute Policy Paper 2013: No. 4 Mehr
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Episode 1 of 7 documentaries. Implemented by: University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) and University of Nottingham Mehr
Fulda, Andreas
Episode 1 of 7 documentaries. Implemented by: University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) and University of Nottingham Mehr
Fulda, Andreas
Episode 2 of 7 documentaries. Implemented by: University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) and University of Nottingham Mehr
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Episode 2 von 7 Dokumentationen. Durchgeführt durch: University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) und University of Nottingham Mehr