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Kaldor, Mary, Henrietta L. Moore and Sabine Selchow (eds.) (2012). Global Civil Society 2012: Ten Years of Critical Reflection. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Visit the publisher-site (opens in new window)
Abstract: It is a decade since the debut of the landmark Global Civil Society yearbook. During that time, as the yearbook has attempted to debate, map and measure the shifting contours of this contested phenomenon, relationships between state and society have shifted. On both sides promises have been made and broken, expectations raised and shattered, partnerships brokered and roles reversed. Moreover, from the instigation of the International Criminal Court by a coalition of NGOs to the mass protests of civilians across North Africa, the influence of non-state actors has become impossible to discount.
In this anniversary edition, activists and academics look back on ten years of 'politics from below', and ask whether it is merely the critical gaze upon the concept that has changed - or whether there is something genuinely new in kind about the way in which civil society is now operating.
Part I: Introduction
Chapter 1: The Global Civil Society Yearbook: Lessons and Insights 2001-2011
Helmut Anheier, Mary Kaldor and Marlies Glasius
Chapter 2: ‘Global Civil Society’ and the Internet 2012: Time to Update Our Perspective
Henrietta L. Moore and Sabine Selchow
Part II: Democracy and Citizenship
Chapter 3: The Arab Awakening: The Crisis of Dictatorship and Civil Society
Chapter 4: ‘Lost in Transformation’: The Crisis of Democracy and Civil Society
Chapter 5: Passionate Publics in Mediated Civil Society
Part III: Peace and Justice
Chapter 6: A Decade of the War on Terror and the ‘Responsibility to Protect’
Chapter 7: Pro-Roma Global Civil Society: Acting For, With or Instead of Roma?
Angéla Kóczé and Márton Rövid
Chapter 8: Civil Society and Cluster Munitions: Building Blocks of a Global Campaign
Part IV: Economy and Society
Chapter 9: Global Civil Society and the Rise of the Civil Economy
Chapter 10: A Decade of World Social Forums: Internationalisation without Institutionalisation?
Part V: Records
Chapter 11: Bordering on the Unknown: Approaches to Global Civil Society Data
Sean Deel, Sally Stares and Jill Timms
Chronology of Global Civil Society Events – A Yearbook Retrospective
Compiled by Jill Timms