Civil society and ngos in a stateless society: The Palestinian case

Şakar, Emre


Civil society and democratization in Turkey: a critical evaluation of civil society-democracy relationship in the context of Turkey EU relations
Yeşiltaş, Özüm; Dağı, İhsan Duran; Department of International Relations (2006)
This thesis tries to analyze the role of civil society within the process of democratization in Turkey with special reference to the impact of civil society policies of the EU on the internal operating styles of civil society organizations in Turkey. In this respect, a critical evaluation of the said issue was tried to be put forward in the sense that the extensive discussions on the concept of civil society were examined and gathered with the observations and empirical evidence gained on the subject in ord...
Civil society in Turkey: the experience of civil society organizations
Tabakoğlu, Bahar; Akşit, Bahattin; Department of Sociology (2002)
This study concentrates its attention on civil society organizations (CSOs) - associations, foundations, chambers and unions- with a view to comprehending the existing situation of civil society in present-day Turkey. The research endeavors to catch the relationship between the state and CSOs and the relationship among the CSOs through the perspectives of the actors of civil society (the administrators and members of CSOs) and to describe the main social and political orientations of these actors. The study...
Civil society and state relations in Turkey: Opposing trajectories of two Islamist women's civil society organizations
Keysan, Asuman Ozgur; Özdemir, Zelal (Informa UK Limited, 2020-07-01)
The Islamic women's civil society organizations (CSOs) in Turkey entered a new phase with the lifting of the headscarf ban, which had long been the focus of Islamic women's activism against authoritarian gender policies in the country. Based on research conducted in 2012 and 2018 on two Islamist women's CSOs that have been active here during the last two decades, AKDER (Women's Rights Organization against Discrimination) and BKP (Capital City Women's Platform Association), this paper aims to understand thes...
Civil society at the boundaries of public and private spheres: the internal dynamics of three cases in Turkey
Cengiz, Kurtuluş; Akşit, Bahattin; Department of Sociology (2005)
This study tries to understand the internal dynamics of the civil society organizations in Turkey on the experiences of three CSOs: the Ankara Branches of KADER, MAZLUMDER and IMO by focusing on the intraاorganizational practices (the decision making processes, elections, general meetings, division of labor, basic conflicts and divergences, the disagreements, the way of deliberation and consensus). It tries to shed light on the transformative potential of the CSO̕s in public sphere as civil organizations th...
Civil society and the state: Turkey after the earthquake
Jalali, R (2002-06-01)
On 17 August 1999 Turkey was hit by a massive earthquake. Over 17,000 lives were lost and there was extensive damage to Turkey's heartland This paper examines how various public and private institutions, including state and civil society institutions such as NGOs and the media responded to the needs of earthquake survivors. It documents the extensive involvement of NGOs in the relief efforts immediately after the disaster and examines the impact of such participation on state-civil society relations in the ...
Citation Formats
E. Şakar, “Civil society and ngos in a stateless society: The Palestinian case,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.