The International Journal
of Not-for-Profit Law

Volume 8, Issue 3, May 2006

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

Table of Contents

Letter from the Editor

Russia and the Newly Independent States

Some Issues Related to Russia's New NGO Law
Natalia Bourjaily

Civil Society and Philanthropy Under Putin
Alexander Livshin and Richard Weitz

Philanthropy in Russian Society Today
Julia Khodorova

Why NGOs? How American Donors Embraced Civil Society After the Cold War
Sada Aksartova

Charitable and Private Foundations in Ukraine
Alexander Vinnikov

Articles

Evaluating the Impact of Legal and Regulatory Reform on Canada's Voluntary Sector
Douglas Rutzen and Michelle Coulton

Nongovernmental Ogres? How Feminist NGOs Undermine Women in Postsocialist Eastern Europe
Kristen Ghodsee

Identifying Nonprofit Institutions in New Zealand
Statistics New Zealand, in consultation with The Committee for the Study of the New Zealand Non-Profit Sector

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