Growing Role of Civil Society and Mass Mobilization in Pakistan

Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Ahmed Qadri


The purpose of this descriptive study is to examine the growing role of civil society and mass mobilization - over the last decade and evaluate its various dimensional impacts that took place in Pakistan. In contemporary social and political movements in the world, civil society organizations (CSO) take this daunting takes to lead them in a straightforward and right directions.  It is, therefore, a clear fact that civil society can play a vibrant and a systematic strategy to promote peoples participations in decisions making process. Mass mobilization by the civil society is considered a genuine and true movement, not directed towards parochial approach, rather with liberal objectives and goals.  The research problem behind the study is to critically examine that how far the mass mobilization under the mechanism of civil society is successful in Pakistan? Keeping the views of the research problem the research paper is organized into five sections. First section focuses on the brief but comprehensive introduction of research problem. After the introduction, section two elaborate on research problem and historical background. Third part is to identify the relationship between the civil society and mass mobilization. Part four evaluates the role of civil society and its socio-political impacts in policy making and implementation in Pakistan. Last section is  the conclusion of the study.

Keywords: Civil Society, Mass Mobilization, Mass Participation, Political Change and Good Governance.


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