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Civil society around the Baltic rim : edited on occasion of the 10th Baltic Sea Parliamentarian Conference by order of the Standing Committee of the BSPC

Zivilgesellschaften im Ostseeraum
[conference proceedings]

Birckenbach, Hanne-Margret; Wellmann, Christian (ed.)

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Corporate Editor Schleswig-Holsteinisches Institut für Friedenswissenschaften -SCHIFF- an der Universität Kiel
Abstract Contents: Hanne-Margret Birckenbach, Christian Wellmann: The making of civil society in the Baltic Sea region: on parliamentary co-operation, Russian participation and multilateralism (4-11); Heinz-Werner Arens: Parliament and civil society: why they should co-operateand how they can do it. The Schleswig-Holstein experiences (12-15); Petter Wille: Civil society and democratic development on the CBSS agenda (16-20); Raymond Stephens: Assisting, advocating, advising: the NGO Centre in Riga (21-23); Eva Maria Hinterhuber: Struggling for human rights in the army: Russia's soldiers' mothers movement (24-28); Ritva Grönick, Laura Päiviö: Pioneering security: the Finnish Committee for European Security (STETE) (29-32); Wolfgang Günther, Antonia Wanner: Founding a family: the environmental NGO-network Coalition Clean Baltic (33-36); Astrid Willer: Towards a Baltic refugee-net: the Refugee Council Schleswig-Holstein (37-41); Hanne-Margret Birckenbach, Christian Wellmann: Kaliningrad: a pilot-region for civil society co-operation? (42-49). Documents: The Copenhagen NGO Initiative (24-25 March 2001). The Copenhagen Declaration (50-52); 1st Baltic Sea NGO Forum under the auspices of the CBSS, Lübeck (28-29 May 2001). Conclusions by the Preparatory Committee (53-55).
Keywords civil society; Baltic region; Russia; parliamentarism; Federal Republic of Germany; democratization; human rights; European security; non-governmental organization; environmental protection; post-socialist country; cooperation; EU expansion; multilateralism; dialogue
Classification Macrosociology, Analysis of Whole Societies; Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture; International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy
Method descriptive study
Free Keywords non-governmental organization
Document language English
Publication Year 2001
City Kiel
Page/Pages 55 p.
Series SCHIFF-texte, Special Issue
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications
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