The Japanese Citizens Increasing Participation In “Civil Society”; Implications For Foreign Aid
The general aim of this paper is to review structural factors in Japan’s domestic and international context that are driving changes in Japan’s civil society. The opening up of the Japanese market and the globalization of the world economy, the information revolution and technology development, and legislative changes are some of the structural factors driving the changes. Finally we will se how two legislative changes, information disclosure as well as the NPO law are affecting Japanese foreign aid policy.
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