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Jude Howell

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Relevant research

Howell, J. (2007). The backlash against civil society in the wake of the Long War on Terror, Development in Practice, 18(1), 82-93. (peer reviewed) 

Howell, J. and Lind, J. (2009). Counter-terrorism, aid and civil society: before and after the war on terror. Palgrave-Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. LSE Research Online ID: 26022

Howell, J.A. (2008). All-China Federation of Trades Unions: Beyond Reform?: The Slow March of Direct Elections. The China Quarterly, 196. 845-863. (peer reviewed)

Howell, J. (2010). Social and political developments in China: challenges for democratization. In: Chu, Yin-wah and Wong, Siu-lun, (eds.) East Asia’s new democracies: deepening, reversal, non-liberal alternatives. Routledge, London, UK, 25-42. LSE Research Online ID: 31122

Howell, J. and Lind, J. (eds.) (2009). Civil society under strain: counter-terrorism policy, civil society and aid post-9/11. Kumarian Press, Connecticut, USA. LSE Research Online ID: 26315

Howell, J. (2012). Civil society, corporatism and capitalism in China. The journal of comparative Asian development, 11 (2). 271-297. (peer reviewed)

Evidence of impact

Howell, J and Hall, J 2012, Working Beyond Government. Evaluation of AusAID’s Engagement with Civil Society in Developing Countries. Australian

AusAID Civil Society Engagement Framework. Working with civil society organisations to help people overcome poverty, June 2012.

Video of presentations about the evaluation and its impact at the Development Policy Centre, Crawford School of Public Policy, 30 August, 2012. Session 3: Jo Hall, Russell Miles, Stephen Howes.:

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