Wednesday, November 20, 2019
There are many talks of interest upcoming at this year's ARNOVA (Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action) annual conference this week, which is being held in San Diego. ARNOVA has long had an active and vibrant "Public Policy, Law, Regulation, and Advocacy” track, with leading international scholars of nonprofit law presenting. Here are a few of the sessions happening tomorrow (Thursday):
Public Policy Impacts on Nonprofits: Barriers, Mandates, Building Capacity to Engage, Chaired by Sasha Zarins (Lilly Family School of Philanthropy), 11 am.
Policy and Legal Constraints on Civil Society and Civic Space: China, Hungary, Israel and Turkey in Comparative Perspective, convened by Mark Sidel (Wisconsin), 2:15.
Closing or Changing Space? The Role of CSOs in Explaining Why Countries Change Laws Governing Civil Society, chaired by Anthony James DeMattee (Indiana), 4 pm