Recent history and potential future of civil society in 16 countries more than two decades have passed since nonprofit and third sector researchers discovered central and eastern europe as an area of scholarly interest after the collapse of the communist regimes in eastern europe and the fall of the iron curtain scholars noted the emergence of . Civil society organizations csos and individuals in europe and eurasia are increasingly learning to adapt to constricting civic space by finding new ways to advocate to mobilize citizens and to raise funds results from the 2016 cso sustainability index csosi for central and eastern europe and eurasia show that a number of countries including hungary russia. Erste stiftung studies civil society in central and eastern europe challenges and opportunities edited by peter vandor nicole traxler reinhard millner and michael meyer. Central east europecivil society this pamphlet grew out of the authors observation and experi ence of an ever more profound division between civil society and political activism in post socialist east central europe in the last decades of the cold war the dissident discourse and practice of. The space for civil society across eastern europe and central asia has been under increasing pressure for several years while there have been some positive developments in the region for example
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