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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Civil society.
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  • Developed Article Buddhist councils: Local, national, regional or international gatherings of Buddhist leaders to discuss matters of religious doctrine or tradition, comparable, in the view of some, to Christian councils, synods or ecumenical councils. [e]
  • Approved Article Caterpillar Club: An informal association whose members have successfully used a parachute to bail out of a disabled aircraft. [e]
  • Stub Civics: (1) Topics of, or pertaining to a city or to citizenship. (2) A primary or secondary school course or curriculum unit addressing such topics. [e]
  • Stub Citizen: A legally recognized member of a political or civil community. [e]
  • Stub Civic culture: Related political and social attitudes crucial to the success of modern democracies. [e]
  • Developing Article Civil law: A system of law which starts with abstract rules, which judges must then apply to the various cases before them. [e]
  • Civic engagement: Individual and group action to identify, advocate for or problem-solve issues of civil or political concern. [e]
  • Stub Civil society organization: An organization found in or characteristic of civil society. [e]
  • Commons: Please do not use this term in your topic list, because there is no single article for it. Please substitute a more precise term. See Commons (disambiguation) for a list of available, more precise, topics. Please add a new usage if needed.
  • Stub Family: (1) Persons related by blood, marriage, adoption or guardianship, including individuals placed for foster care. (2) The social organization of a household or housekeeping unit using certain rooms and housekeeping facilities in common. See nuclear family and extended family [e]
  • Independent sector: (1) A sector (logical or empirical subset) of civil society independent of or autonomous from government. (2) A national umbrella organization of civil society organizations or nonprofit organizations in Washington DC. [e]
  • Market: A term used in commerce and economics to denote a conjunction of buyers and sellers. [e]
  • Developing Article Nonprofit organization: An organization that is institutionalized, private, separate from government, not profit distributing, self-governing and voluntary. [e]
  • Nonprofit sector: A sector or category of formal organizations, associations or corporations organized for purposes other than profit and governed by legal or ethical non-distribution constraints. Controversy continues over whether the nonprofit sector defines the third sector or civil society or is merely one of the component parts. [e]
  • Developing Article Nongovernmental organization: A term used in much of the world to describe third sector organizations in terms of their location outside of formal government. [e]
  • Nongoverment sector: A sector or category of organizations not part of government. [e]
  • Foundation: A tax-exempt corporation and certain trusts created for charitable purposes, according the the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. Foundations are generally prohibited from self-dealing with their donors and certain others, required to make annual distributions for charitable purposes, permitted to have only restricted holdings in private businesses, expected to be prudent in making investments that do not threaten their charitable purposes, and to assure that their expenditures are only for charitable purposes. Also known as private foundations. [e]
  • Approved Article Social capital: Productive assets arising out of social relations, such as trust, cooperation, solidarity, social networks of relations and those beliefs, ideologies and institutions that contribute to production of goods. [e]
  • Developing Article Social enterprise: Any organization or program that advances a social mission through entrepreneurial, earned income strategies; the category of social enterprise may, in specific uses, transcend more conventional profit/nonprofit and government/nongovernment distinctions. [e]
  • Stub Social movement: Contentious performances, public displays and advocacy campaigns by ordinary people to assert collective claims for attention, redress of grievances and change, and the voluntary associations, formal organizations and emergent institutions that coordinate and direct them. [e]
  • State: Please do not use this term in your topic list, because there is no single article for it. Please substitute a more precise term. See State (disambiguation) for a list of available, more precise, topics. Please add a new usage if needed.
  • Stub Third sector: A sector or category of organizations and associations operating outside of government or markets (and, thus, in a third place or space). [e]
  • Voluntary association: A term used in the Tocqueville tradition in political science and sociology to refer to associations characterized by uncoerced participation, in which participants are free to join and leave at will, and for whom participation may be independent of incentives or expectations of gain or personal profit. See voluntary organisation. [e]
  • Developing Article Voluntary organisation: British usage (and spelling) A voluntary organisation is a structured group of people who have come together of their own accord for a social rather than a commercial purpose. [e]
  • Voluntary organization: Add brief definition or description
  • Voluntary sector: Add brief definition or description
  • Zivilgesellschaft: Add brief definition or description

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