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''Civil society — citizens' groups pursuing their common interests — has emerged as the major new player in the public realm, and politics and public policy are now determined more than ever before by 'non-State actors'. This book introduces a powerful and innovative approach to measuring, analysing and interpreting civil society.'' — the 'Civil Society Diamond'.The aim is to promote a structured and fruitful dialogue within civil society organizations and between them and those in government, business and research institutes who work on them or with them. The methodology uses a range of indicators and data to gauge the strengths, weaknesses and effectiveness of civil society so as to reveal its strategic and policy options.
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Helmut K. Anheier (born January 4, 1954) is a German-American academic currently serving as President and Dean of the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.
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