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Title: Civil Society Index


1
Civil Society Index
  • Values

2
Values
  • The extent to which civil society practices and
    promotes positive social values
  • 1. Democracy
  • 2. Transparency
  • 3. Tolerance
  • 4. Non-violence
  • 5. Gender equity
  • 6. Poverty eradication
  • 7. Environmental sustainability
  • (1.9)
  • 0------------1---------?-2-------------3
  • Very low Limited Moderate Significant

3
Democracy
  • As a whole,the extent CS actors practice and
    promote democracy is 1.5 (between limited and
    moderate)
  • 1. Democratic practices within CS (Only 36.5 of
    CSO select their leaders through election)
  • 2. CS actions to promote democracy (A number of
    activities can be detected but broad-based
    support and visibility are lacking)

4
Transparency
  • As a whole,the extent CS actors practice and
    promote democracy is 1.7 (between limited and
    moderate)
  • 1. Corruption within CS (very rare)
  • 2. Financial transparency of CSOs (a minority of
    CSOs (30-50) make their financial accounts
    publicly available)
  • 3. CS actions to promote government and corporate
    transparency (activities can be detected but
    visibility is low and not regarded as significant)

5
Tolerance
  • As a whole, the extent CS actors and
    organizations practice and promote tolerance is 2
    (moderate).
  • 1. Is CS a tolerant arena? (there are some
    intolerant forces within CS, but they are
    isolated from CS at large)
  • 2. CS actions to promote tolerance at a societal
    level (a number of CS activities (e.g. demanding
    Anti Racial Discrimination Act) but broad-based
    support and visibility are lacking)

6
Non-violence
  • As a whole,the extent CS actors practice and
    promote non-violence is 2.5 (between moderate and
    significant)
  • 1. How widespread is violent means within CS
    (consensus regarding non-violence. Violent acts
    are extremely rare and strongly denounced.)
  • 2. CS actions to promote non-violence and peace
    (a number of CS activities (e.g. anti domestic
    violence) but broad-based support and visibility
    are lacking)

7
Gender equity
  • As a whole,the extent CS actors practice and
    promote democracy is 1.7 (between limited and
    moderate)
  • 1. Is CS a gender equitable arena (women are
    under-represented in CS leadership positions.)
  • 2. Policies in place to ensure gender equity (a
    small majority)
  • 3. CS actions to promote gender equity at the
    societal level (activities can be detected but
    visibility is low and not regarded as significant)

8
Poverty eradication
  • As a whole, the extent CS actors promote poverty
    eradication is 2 (moderate).
  • CS actions to eradicate poverty (a number of CSOs
    (e.g. Livelihood 21) and activities but
    broad-based support and visibility are lacking)

9
Environmental sustainability
  • As a whole, the extent CS actors practice and
    promote environmental sustainability is 2
    (moderate).
  • CS actions to sustain the environment (a number
    of CSOs (e.g. Greenpeace, Friends of Nature) and
    activities but broad-based support and visibility
    are lacking)

10
Values
  • The extent to which civil society practices and
    promotes positive social values
  • 1. Democracy
  • 2. Transparency
  • 3. Tolerance
  • 4. Non-violence
  • 5. Gender equity
  • 6. Poverty eradication
  • 7. Environmental sustainability
  • (1.9)
  • 0------------1---------?-2-------------3
  • Very low Limited Moderate Significant
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