in: Civil Society
Death by a thousand paper cuts: regulatory attacks on NGOs
A wave of unjustified government regulation is threatening NGO operations. NGOs can proactively resist politically-motivated repression in several ways: actively managing their compliance risks; deploying paid or pro bono legal advice to reduce technical vulnerabilities; or mobilizing political support by reframing regulatory challenges as attacks on widely shared values.
The full article can be found on Open Global Rights.
The article is based on a chapter by the same author in the book Rising to the Populist Challenge, published by DeJusticia.
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