Civil Society in Europe: Minimum Norms and Optimum Conditions of its Regulation

W.J.M. van Veen, T.J. van der Ploeg, Cornelia R.M. Versteegh

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Abstract

This book provides for a systematic overview and analysis of the sources of non profi law emanating from the European Institutions (such as The Council of Europe, European Commission, European Court of Human Rights and European Court of Justice EU) and systematic analysis of non profit law in 12 European countries against the European norms and standards. Based on these sources and analysis, the authors present the minimum norms and optimum conditions for the regulation of civil society organisation.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCambridge (UK)
PublisherCambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Number of pages589
ISBN (Print)978-1-107-14608-2
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2017

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Keywords

  • civil society
  • non profit organisations
  • Fundamental Rights
  • European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights
  • European Law

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van Veen, W. J. M., van der Ploeg, T. J., & Versteegh, C. R. M. (2017). Civil Society in Europe: Minimum Norms and Optimum Conditions of its Regulation. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. .
van Veen, W.J.M. ; van der Ploeg, T.J. ; Versteegh, Cornelia R.M. / Civil Society in Europe : Minimum Norms and Optimum Conditions of its Regulation. Cambridge (UK) : Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. , 2017. 589 p.
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Cambridge (UK) : Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. , 2017. 589 p.

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