The International Journal
of Not-for-Profit Law

Volume 7, Issue 1, November 2004

A quarterly publication of the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law

Table of Contents

Letter from the Editor

Nurturing Civil Society

The UN and Civil Society
John D. Clark

Civil Society and Media Freedom: Problems of Purpose and Sustainability in Democratic Transition
Craig L. LaMay

Religion in its Place
Jim Sleeper

Women, Civil Society, and NGOs in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan
Nayereh Tohidi

Articles

Legal Changes Affecting Not-for-Profits in Japan
J. Hana Heinekin and Robert Pekkanen

Lazarus Rising: Civil Society and Sierra Leone's Return from the Grave
J. Peter Pham

Ten Emerging Principles of Governance by Nonprofit Corporations and Guides to a Safe Harbor
Thomas Silk

Emerging International Information Collection and Sharing Regimes: The Consequences for Canadian Charities
Terrance S. Carter and Sean S. Carter

Politics and the Pulpit
Milton Cerny

Reviews

Effective Economic Decisionmaking by Nonprofit Organizations
By Dennis R. Young
Reviewed by David Robinson

Framing Democracy: Civil Society and Civic Movements in Eastern Europe
By John K. Glenn III
Reviewed by Gerald M. Easter

American Creed: Philanthropy and the Rise of Civil Society, 1700 - 1865
By Kathleen D. McCarthy
Reviewed by Matthew Crenson

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