Investigating NGO networks and their international links, this article shows the diversity of aims and the potentials and challenges of networking in present-day Central Asia. The study of the specific case of a campaign conducted in Kyrgyzstan against joining the World Bank’s Highly Indebted Poor Countries Programme reveals a more radical mode of civil society activism. The author’s conclusions are that an important precondition of further progress is the deeper embedding of NGOs in their societies.

The Redaction
CER: II-7.4.A-621