Pomoc demokratyzacyjna polskich organizacji pozarządowych skierowana do Białorusi i Ukrainy: przesłanki oraz różne formy wsparcia1

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Paulina Pospieszna

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Wspieranie demokracji, czyli szczególny rodzaj pomocy zagranicznej mający na celu promowanie idei i postaw demokratycznych, było dotychczas domeną demokracji zachodnich. Dlatego badania w dziedzinie wspierania demokracji zazwyczaj koncentrowały się na programach prowadzonych przez międzynarodowe organizacje, bądź rządowe i pozarządowe organizacje, fundacje ze Stanów Zjednoczonych, jak również z Europy Zachodniej. Jednakże niedawno do grona darczyńców dołączyły również młode demokracje z Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej takie jak Polska, Czechy, Słowacja bądź Węgry, które same tak niedawno były odbiorcami tego typu pomocy. Biorąc jako studium przypadku działania Polski na Ukrainie i Białorusi niniejszy artykuł analizuje działania polskich organizacji pozarządowych na rzecz wspierania demokracji w krajach partnerskich w latach 1990–2015. Celem badań było zbadanie przyczyn zaangażowania się polskich organizacji pozarządowych we wspieranie demokracji, metod promowania idei i postaw demokratycznych oraz charakteru współpracy ze społecznością obywatelską z krajów partnerskich.

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Pospieszna, P. (2019). Pomoc demokratyzacyjna polskich organizacji pozarządowych skierowana do Białorusi i Ukrainy: przesłanki oraz różne formy wsparcia1. Środkowoeuropejskie Studia Polityczne, (3), 235-266. https://doi.org/10.14746/ssp.2016.3.11
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