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Dr Andreas Fulda wins prestigious Ford Foundation grant

Dr Andreas Fulda from the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham has been awarded a prestigious grant from the Ford Foundation.

Monitoring the implementation of China's Overseas NGO Law: The view from Europe

The research project will be implemented between 1 October 2017 and 31 December 2018. Research for this project will be carried out by Dr Fulda and his team members Ms Nicola Macbean (The Rights Practice), Dr Patrick Schroeder (Institute of Development Studies) and Dr Horst Fabian (independent researcher and EU-China Civil Society Ambassador). The two overarching goals of the planned initiative are to:

  • monitor and evaluate the state of implementation of China's Overseas NGOs Law by documenting the intended and unintended consequences of the new law for European NPOs and their Chinese partners
  • reconceptualise people-to-people exchanges in EU-China relations by identifying and documenting new and innovative approaches to critical, creative and constructive European China engagement

For more information about this monitoring and evaluation project please contact Dr Andreas Fulda.

 

Posted on Monday 2nd October 2017

Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies

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