Russian President Vladimir Putin has never made a secret of what he thinks about non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Whether they fight for human rights or environmental protection, he views them all as enemy elements controlled from abroad. Already in 1999, when Putin was still head of Russias FSB domestic intelligence agency, he accused foreign intelligence services of very actively using environmental and civil society organizations for their own purposes. Speigel 5 Jul 2012
RELIGIOUS AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS COME TOGETHER TO TAKE ACTION FOR CHILDREN -- In a recent workshop, religious groups agreed to work hand in hand with civil society organisations through ROSC in order to influence social policies and national and international legislation on child rights. -- Read more http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/media_10544.html
Difference between Public and Private Administration Administration exists in both the public and private institutions as administration is nothing but a co-operative group activity with a common purpose. But the nature of administration depends on the nature of the purpose which is the be achieved by it e.g. Public Administration exists for achieving the ‘state purposes’ determined by the state while the private administration exists...
New Public Administration made a moderate impact on public administration by redefining it in terms of imbibing new concepts such as participation, responsiveness, client orientation etc. It emphasised on building a theory of public administration with input from different disciplines and on ingraining the democratic values in administration
The organized interests influence the state institutions through civil society organisations. These organisations build trust between the state and the ordinary citizens. Robert Putnam in his research on “social capital” has concluded that “economics does not predict civics, but civics does predict economics, better than economics itself”.