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International Assistance for Civil Society Development in Croatia

Research students in the department

Anthony Claff

In 1997 I completed a BA in History, followed in 1999, by an MA in European Politics. For my research, I am attempting to develop a critique of international assistance for civil society development Croatia.

In the process it will raise a number of issues in relation to international assistance in civil society development more generally. These include examining the models of civil society that international donors seek to develop in non-Western contexts; assessing how effective they are in realising their objectives; and considering how appropriate the application of Western models may be in other regions.

Besides my research, I am a teaching assistant on a first year undergraduate course entitled Themes in Post War World Politics.

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