The Ngo-Isation Dilemma: International Cooperation, Grassroots Relations And Government Action From An Accountability Perspective

This paper summarizes the results of a case study examining policy advocacy activities developed by the Fundación Esperanza (Hope Foundation) and the Plataforma Social HERMES (HERMES Social Platform) in support of Colombian Draft Law 070 of 2009 (creation of a National System for Migration and other...

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Autor Principal: Buchely Ibarra, Lina Fernanda
Formato: Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
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Publicado: Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal, Volume XXXI 2012-2013 2012
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spelling ir-p17054coll23-11002018-11-29 The Ngo-Isation Dilemma: International Cooperation, Grassroots Relations And Government Action From An Accountability Perspective Buchely Ibarra, Lina Fernanda This paper summarizes the results of a case study examining policy advocacy activities developed by the Fundación Esperanza (Hope Foundation) and the Plataforma Social HERMES (HERMES Social Platform) in support of Colombian Draft Law 070 of 2009 (creation of a National System for Migration and other regulations). It maps the actors and interests involved in efforts taking place between February and May 2010, to promote public policy in the field. The conclusion drawn from this research is that there are at least three ways of highlighting the relationships between civil society actors, government servants, grassroots and international cooperation agencies in the field of migration: instrumentalization (between NGOs and International Cooperation), complementarity and capture (between NGOs and local government) and impersonation (between NGOs and migrant population). The paper ends by presenting these three principal reflections within the framework of Migration NGOs’ accountability, an issue described as a challenge in the current law and development literature. Migraciones; Sociología jurídica; Accountability, ONGs; Migrations; Legal sociology; Accountability, NGOs Ciencias sociales; Ciencias sociales / Derecho; Ciencias sociales / Derecho / Leyes (Estatutos), reglamentaciones, jurisprudencia 2012 Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal, Volume XXXI 2012-2013 PDF Tesis ENG - Inglés Colombia Colfuturo © Derechos reservados de autor http://babel.banrepcultural.org/cdm/ref/collection/p17054coll23/id/1100
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topic Migraciones; Sociología jurídica; Accountability, ONGs; Migrations; Legal sociology; Accountability, NGOs
Ciencias sociales; Ciencias sociales / Derecho; Ciencias sociales / Derecho / Leyes (Estatutos), reglamentaciones, jurisprudencia
spellingShingle Migraciones; Sociología jurídica; Accountability, ONGs; Migrations; Legal sociology; Accountability, NGOs
Ciencias sociales; Ciencias sociales / Derecho; Ciencias sociales / Derecho / Leyes (Estatutos), reglamentaciones, jurisprudencia
Buchely Ibarra, Lina Fernanda
The Ngo-Isation Dilemma: International Cooperation, Grassroots Relations And Government Action From An Accountability Perspective
description This paper summarizes the results of a case study examining policy advocacy activities developed by the Fundación Esperanza (Hope Foundation) and the Plataforma Social HERMES (HERMES Social Platform) in support of Colombian Draft Law 070 of 2009 (creation of a National System for Migration and other regulations). It maps the actors and interests involved in efforts taking place between February and May 2010, to promote public policy in the field. The conclusion drawn from this research is that there are at least three ways of highlighting the relationships between civil society actors, government servants, grassroots and international cooperation agencies in the field of migration: instrumentalization (between NGOs and International Cooperation), complementarity and capture (between NGOs and local government) and impersonation (between NGOs and migrant population). The paper ends by presenting these three principal reflections within the framework of Migration NGOs’ accountability, an issue described as a challenge in the current law and development literature.
format Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
author Buchely Ibarra, Lina Fernanda
author_facet Buchely Ibarra, Lina Fernanda
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title The Ngo-Isation Dilemma: International Cooperation, Grassroots Relations And Government Action From An Accountability Perspective
title_short The Ngo-Isation Dilemma: International Cooperation, Grassroots Relations And Government Action From An Accountability Perspective
title_full The Ngo-Isation Dilemma: International Cooperation, Grassroots Relations And Government Action From An Accountability Perspective
title_fullStr The Ngo-Isation Dilemma: International Cooperation, Grassroots Relations And Government Action From An Accountability Perspective
title_full_unstemmed The Ngo-Isation Dilemma: International Cooperation, Grassroots Relations And Government Action From An Accountability Perspective
title_sort ngo-isation dilemma: international cooperation, grassroots relations and government action from an accountability perspective
publisher Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal, Volume XXXI 2012-2013
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