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Civil Society in the Philippines: Struggling for Sustainability

Learning to live and work together is a huge challenge in the new millennium which CSOs in the Philippines have been struggling to grapple with in their own context. There are just so many issues to handle before government, corporations, CSOs and plain citizens can work together to put things right. Most basic, they must first recognize what keep them apart even as they build on those things that bind them in common.

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