The Educational Movement for Social Justice of NGOs in China

Zhou Yong and He Shanyun
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Wed, 18/09/2013 - 16:47
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Over the last decade, there has been an increasing number of private NGOs dedicated to educational equality in China. This study explores NGOs’ role in educational social justice, as well as the structural defects and diffi culties involved in expanding the movement within the complex Chinese educational context. The study examines four typical NGOs and their action models. It fi nds that the expansion of the NGOs’ educational movement for social justice depends largely on whether the NGOs, the state, and Chinese society can change the existing attitudes towards NGOs and foster a spirit of trust and cooperation.

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