Women's Organizations and the Building of Civil Society. A Balkan Perspective: The Case of Bulgaria, Croatia and Macedonia

Genoveva Tisheva
Content Type
Working Paper
Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, City University of New York
We are in the year 2000 and it is the right time to assess and to strike a balance on the role and progress of women' s non-governmental organizations in the context of the development of our region. As a matter of fact, we celebrate this year 10 years from the beginning of democratization processes in Central and Eastern Europe and 5 years from the 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing. We are also in a post - war period for the region that is the focus of important initiatives such as the Stability Pact for Southeastern Europe.
Development, Gender Issues, Non-Governmental Organization
Political Geography
Europe, Beijing, Bulgaria, Balkans, Macedonia, Croatia