Latest ICNL Publication Explores Civil Society Challenges in Africa

January 12, 2015



A health post providing preventative care and treatement in a number of areas, including HIV, in Ethiopia. A new ICNL publication explores the impact of a foreign funding law on HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia.© 2013 Sarah V. Harlan/JHU•CCP, Courtesy of Photoshare

What impact has a foreign funding cap had on HIV/AIDS groups in Ethiopia? How can the right to peaceful assembly be protected in Burundi? What is impeding civil society autonomy in Zambia?

In the latest issue of the International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law (IJNL), civil society legal experts explore these questions and others about challenges facing the sector across Africa.

In addition, the issue includes articles on civil society legal issues in Argentina and Ecuador.

Click here to read the issue.

The IJNL is a forum for the discussion of civil society, philanthropy, nongovernmental organizations, and the law, published quarterly by ICNL. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of ICNL, its affiliates, or its funders.