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Our interdisciplinary journal provides a central forum for worldwide research in the area between the state, market, and household sectors.

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Our newsletter focuses on third sector developments, member research & publications, calls for contributions, career opportunities and more.

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Springer Book Series

Discover the nearly 30 books in the Nonprofit and Civil Society Studies book series published in cooperation with ISTR.   

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ISTR Perspectives on COVID-19 and its Impact on the Third Sector

Inés M. Pousadela, CIVICUS and Universidad ORT Uruguay

“The feminist movement has carried out the most important and least bloody revolution of the past 200 years,” a long-time Uruguayan women’s rights activist and academic said. As a result of this revolution, eyes were opened, minds were changed and the unseen – be it abortion, femicide or unpaid work – became visible. For many decades, however, the tireless but often quiet work deployed to recast women as fully human – by reconceptualizing women’s rights as human rights and turning their attainment into a legitimate object of public policy – remained restricted to very small groups of highly committed activists.

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