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May 3rd, 2013

26._Protest_at_the_Majlis_40_Source_Dying_regime8edb21a3a2d6IPS is pleased to share with you its contribution to the recently published CIVICUS report “The State of Civil Society 2013”. The full report includes nearly 50 contributions from experts and civil society leaders from around the world, highlighting good practices and challenges on the horizon for citizens and civil society globally.

Mario Lubetkin and Stefania Milan contributed with the chapter ‘Messages that make an impact: Rethinking civil society communication strategies’. Lubetkin and Milan put a lens on how civil society is dealing with the increasing diffusion of social media and mobile technology and the use of digital platforms for self-expression in the face of an unprecedented global crisis. But the question is if civil society is able to communicate on its own terms?

You can access the IPS contribution here Messages that make an impact: Rethinking civil society communication strategies.

The IPS news story about the launch of the report is here: Clampdown on CSOs Worldwide

And the full report here The State of Civil Society 2013.

 

 

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