Rabat - [N]on-state actors and NGOs in particular have acquired an international ‘citizen personality’ which enables them to coin new social demands and make new calls for the regulation of the world system. These social demands, which mobilize the public opinion along with the political relationships between NGOs and other actors of the system (states, large companies, as well as other non-state actors such as trade unions and professional associations) have a direct impact on global governance and on the new attempts to build international institutions.[1]

Civil Society in Morocco: Multi-level challenges to reform - (Part 1)
A sub-saharan child immigrant in a forest near Oujda Morocco
Anna Jacobs graduated from the University of Virginia with degrees in Government, Foreign Affairs, and French literature.