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@book{ Hummel2020,
 title = {Understanding Civil Society in Europe: A Foundation for International Cooperation},
 author = {Hummel, Siri and Pfirter, Laura and Roth, Johannes and Strachwitz, Rupert Graf},
 year = {2020},
 series = {ifa Edition Culture and Foreign Policy},
 pages = {105},
 address = {Stuttgart},
 publisher = {ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen)},
 isbn = {978-3-948205-28-7},
 doi = {},
 urn = {},
 abstract = {Despite the striking differences with regard to the functions, parameters, relationship to the State and the market, and the current trends, neither the existence of a European civil society nor its sustainable positioning in the public sector can be denied. Civil society is not a short-lived fad. It is part of Europe’s cultural tradition; it has a well-developed structure and legitimacy; and it will continue to be a major factor and, wherever possible, a motor for European development. Currently, the potential of a dynamic civil society in the defence and further development of an open, cosmopolitan, and democratic society appears to be of particular importance.},
 keywords = {Kulturpolitik; cultural policy; auswärtige Kulturpolitik; international cultural policy; Zivilgesellschaft; civil society; Europa; Europe; EU; EU; internationale Zusammenarbeit; international cooperation; Partizipation; participation}}