Role of Civil Society Organisations in Reforming the Society

  • Vedant Erande
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  • Vedant Erande

    Student at NMIMS School of Law, Mumbai, India

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This paper aims to study the role of civil society and civil society organizations in the process of reformation of society. The paper has been divided into four chapters. The first chapter deals with the introductory part and analyzes the overall working of civil society in the scheme of things in a democratic state. The second chapter deals with the market and economy. It analyzes how civil society organizations help the marginalized communities in developing nations to have access to basic facilities which the government has failed to provide. The third chapter deals with policy making and the influence and impact of civil society organizations in formulating policies. It also analyzes the role and functions of the civil society organizations in implementing the policies of the government which have been hard to deliver to the marginalized communities. The fourth chapter deals with the accountability and transparency aspect of the government and how civil society organizations help in ensuring better transparency and accountability in the society. The paper studies the civil society organization as being a very vital part of the society and very important to keep the tenets of democracy mentioned in the Constitution of India alive and efficient.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 4, Page 721 - 730


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