Governance and leadership within civil society organizations

Play civic associations, or associations of civil society in general the role of the mediator between the individual as a part of society and the State, and Hattie that would raise the individual personality and refined and developed by spreading knowledge and awareness and a culture of democracy, and individual and collective mobilization of more tender Fruitful cooperation in economic and social development and to influence public policies and deepen the concept of social solidarity. And it begs does civil society organizations leadership activities?

1-What is the leadership:

And leadership is a process of persuading the person to other people in a particular group, and plays a role models, role and convince people by seeking access to achieve goals, and even be driving successful individuals must follow this way and they are implementing, Where the term is called the leadership ability of the person or group to influence or enforce certain laws or not by force but by persuasion, to achieve a desired interests. So successful leaders measure their ability to achieve meaning driving properly, you must define the methods how to relate to others within or outside the organization. As taken into account how to see the captain himself and concentrated within the Association or Foundation.

2-Civil society organizations targets:
Working to prevent and address problems of society to the dangers they may face.
Contribute to the development of various institutions in the country like areas (education, health, etc.).
That monitor judicial and justice in society and public issues
Monitor irregularities and abuses which may occur in the community.
Protect consumers and maintain their rights and provide them with many services.

3. what legal person (moral) in civil society organizations.
First: definition of personality: a group of people or funds that aim to achieve a particular purpose, and the law gives her independent legal personality to the extent necessary to achieve that purpose. And some call for legal persons that do not have a physical entity, but in your mind and imagine the moral presence only.
Secondly: the nature of personality: I'll take a look at a brief and controversial theories of jurisprudence based on the existence and legal nature of the legal person.

4- the international principles that protect civil society:
In order to protect civil society organizations of legal obstacles mentioned in this report, this section of the report describes the principles that govern and protect civil society organizations of repressive interventions by Governments.
The first principle: the right of Association (right of Assembly).
Principle 2: the right to work free from unwarranted state intervention.
Principle 3: the right to freedom of expression.
Principle 4: the right to communicate and collaborate.
Principle 5: the right to freedom of peaceful assembly.
Principle 6: the right to seek and secure resources.. Other

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