Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of International
Programs at the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations.
the world's borders, citizens and civil society
organizations are linking their actions and voices in new
ways to challenge global power and inequality. This book
gives an excellent and highly readable introduction to the
rapid emergence of this phenomenon of 'transnational civil
society.' For students, activists, researcher and policy
makers seeking to understand how and under what conditions
citizen action can contribute to greater social justice and
inclusion in the era of globalization, this is the place to
start" -- John Gaventa, Professor, Institute of
Development Studies, University of Sussex.