BDDS310 CIVIL SOCIETY AND DEVELOPMENT
Course start date: 30 Aug 2019
Civil societies engage citizens, Non-Governmental Organisations, and government bodies to work in partnership to improve their communities, foster good governance and development. After a good discourse of the nature and prerequisites of development, the course will duly highlight the link between civil society and development theorization and practice. This course seeks to explore the nature of civil societies in Africa and in Uganda specifically. Students will be presented with the ministrations, and dynamics of civil organizations as non-profit organizations involved in bringing change to communities. Looking at this domain of social activity, the students will be led to discover the strengths of civil organizations and will be helped to look at the nature and engagements of civil society with a critical approach to be able to make constructive contributions to the development endeavors of civil organizations in their respective countries.
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