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

Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem - Project Coordinator
Former Director of the Third World Studies Center and Associate Professor of the Department of Political Science, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines-Diliman. Her research interests are on social movements, democratization and development. She has articles in journals and chapters in books, locally and internationally, on topics such as Thai Social Movements and the Anti-ADB Campaigns, Transforming the State into a Partner in Cooperative Development "Southeast and Northeast Asian NGO Experiences: Intervening in State-led 'Economic Miracles'", Possibilities and Limitations of an Alternative Cooperative Philosophy: The Buscayno Experiment, Anti-Globalization Movements in Southeast Asia and Ethnicity and Separatist Movements in Southeast Asia (the last two publications co-authored with Eduardo C. Tadem). She holds a PhD in Political Science from the City University of Hong Kong.

Josephine C. Dionisio - Assistant Project Coordinator

Athena Lydia Casambre - Methodology Consultant

Methodology Consultant:
Athena Lydia Casambre, Ph.D.

Case Study Researchers-Writers:
Joel F. Ariate Jr.
Zuraida Mae D. Cabilo
Ma. Glenda S. Lopez Wui
Ronald C. Molmisa
Sharon M. Quinsaat

Research Assistants:
Annabel Bonje
Karen R. Domingo
Sarah Jane O. Domingo
Jewellord T. Nem Singh


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