Localization – empowering local partners for development initiatives – is a priority for the development community. Local organizations that can lead, design and implement effective projects are essential to this program. The Philanthropy Law Reports provide detailed information on national laws and regulations in nine countries that serve as practical guides for the philanthropic sector and the nonprofit world. This legal research guide provides a practical, concise and comprehensive bibliography of primary authority and academic legal literature to assist those seeking topics related to nonprofit law. It also includes an overview of U.S. nonprofit law and notes to bibliographic entries to determine the usefulness of resources for a particular topic. This work will help lawyers, law students, librarians and researchers in not-for-profit organizations who want to understand and effectively use legal documents on not-for-profit law. We work with a global network of partners to monitor developments related to civil society space. The MTC provides up-to-date information on civil society law in more than 50 countries and 8 multilateral organizations. We maintain a robust collection of country-specific resources, including research and analysis, as well as curated information on a wide range of issues affecting the civil society space. How can we proactively shape trends that change our future? How can we protect and expand the space for civil society? The Civic Space 2040 initiative helps answer these questions by developing a positive vision for the future and strategies to make it a reality. Christopher T. Anglim is a librarian at the University of the District of Columbia and the American University Washington School of Law.

His degrees include a JD, an MBA (with a nonprofit certification), a master`s degree in history, and a master`s degree in library science. He is also a Certified Non-Profit Professional (NOC). Previously, he worked in the law libraries of St. Mary`s University in San Antonio, Texas, South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas, and Prairie View A&M. Dr. University. Anglim has written several other books, articles, and articles on topics such as law, political science, government, religion, and economics, and is a past recipient of the Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographic Prize. Learn more about other books in Hein`s series of legal research guides. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with * This directory contains nearly 4,000 documents, including national and international laws, in more than 60 languages of each UN member state and several self-governing territories.

The UN Human Rights Committee`s general comment provides detailed guidance on the right to peaceful assembly as enshrined in article 21 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The immediacy of the climate crisis cannot be overstated, and an energy transition is both critical and long overdue. However, the urgency to switch to renewable technologies must not ignore civil society and grassroots actors.