Mark Sidel is Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has worked on issues of civil society, nonprofits, philanthropy, and their regulation in China and elsewhere in Asia for more than three decades, with the Ford Foundation in Beijing, Hanoi, Bangkok, and New Delhi, and as an academic and consultant.

More Third Sector, Less Civil Society

Civil Society Repression, Sometime Third-Sector Robustness, and the Moulding of the Nonprofit Sector in China

In the two articles that follow, we have quite different perspectives on civil society and the third sector in China. Professor Salmenkari provides one perspective: A boom in the nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) sector was evident in post-Covid China during my fieldwork in April–June 2023. After the Covid-19 lockdowns were lifted and the leadership change was […]

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