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Emerging civil society in Cambodia : opportunities and challenges / Kao Kim Hourn
Bib ID 20072
Format BookBook
Author
Kao, Kim Hourn
 
Description Phnom Penh : Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, c1999 
59 p. ; 24 cm. 
Series

Conference working paper series ; issue no. 2.

Notes

"This paper was prepared for the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung's International Conference on Human Rights and Civil Society in Southeast Asia and Europe, on 1-2 December 1998, in Manila" -- p. 1.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 58)

Subjects Non-governmental organizations -- Cambodia.  |  Civil society -- Cambodia.
Other authors/contributors Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace

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