GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY MOVEMENTS:
Dynamics in International Campaigns and National Implementation

Anib: The Official Newsletter of the UNRISD-Philippine Research Team on Global Civil Society Movements (ISSN 1656-992X) provides information on the key developments in this on-going research. Anib, a Filipino word which has a meaning that ranges from direct participation in a movement or an organization whether as a member, an ally, or an affiliate to merely sharing the sentiment or cause espoused by a group. In other Filipino languages, like Ilocano, anib mean amulet or charm; in Ivatan, honor or repute; in Hiligaynon, an additional layer of material. In these different linguistic and cultural contexts, anib comes out as a word that invokes images of cooperation and power, of people willfully coming together to attain an honorable goal—characteristics that also aptly describe global civil society movements.

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Issue No. 1 - October 2005

Cover Page

From the Editor's Desk
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem

The Contemporary Global Social Movements: Emergent Proposals, Connectivity and Development Implications
K. B. Ghimire

Report on the Methodological Workshop on Global Civil Society Movements: Dynamics in International Campaigns and National Implemention

Dynamics of Contemporary Transnational Social Movements: Case Study on the Philippines (Research Proposal)
UNRISD-Philippine Research Team

Issue No. 2 - May 2006

Cover Page

From the Editor's Desk
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem

The Examining Global Civil Society Movements: The Philippine Case (A Narrative Report)
Josephine C. Dionisio

Analytical Report on Stakeholders' Meeting/Validation Workshop: Changing International Trade Rules and Barriers
Sharon M. Quinsaat

Analytical Report on Stakeholders' Meeting/Validation Workshop: Fair Trade
Zuraida Mae D. Cabilo

Analytical Report on Stakeholders' Meeting/Validation Workshop: Global Taxation Initiative
Ronald C. Molmisa

People, Profit, and Politics: State-Civil Society Relations in the Context of Globalization
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem

Issue No. 3 - October 2006

Cover Page

From the Editor's Desk
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem

Global Civil Society Movements in the Search for Alternatives: Issues, Challenges, and Prospects in the Philippines

Concept Paper

Opening Program

Panel 1: The Transnational Dimension of Philippine Social Movements

Panel 2: State-Movement Dynamics: Opporsition, Cooperation, and Co-optation

Panel 3: The Academe and Social Movements: Enriching Theory and Practice

Panel 4: Media Framing and Coverage: Competing Images and Collective Action

Panel 5: The Role of Social Movements in the Quest for Viable Alternatives

Synthesis

Analytical Report on the Stakeholders’ Meeting/ Validation Workshop of the Case Study on the Philippine Anti-corruption Movement

Analytical Report on the Stakeholders’ Meeting/ Validation Workshop of the Case Study on the Philippine Debt Relief Movement

Issue No. 4 - November 2006

Cover Page

From the Editor's Desk
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem

Final Narrative Report
Josephine C. Dionisio

Institutionalizing and Democratizing Policy Making: The Role of Global Civil-Society Movements in the Philippines
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem


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