"Dancing with the wolves" A critical examination of the increased role of the non-governmental organisations (ngos) in multilateral trade negotiations and institutions; their agenda and the interests of the poor countries.
International and local organizations all have the power to affect the lives of millions of people around the world. Both the governmental and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have long had influence above and beyond their participation in national and global issues. Their prominence as an important dimension of international society has increased in the twentieth century with as the organizations have emerged as active participants in certain international organizations and supranational political debates.' The emergence of these organizations in the global and local scene has produced both comfort and discomfort in both scenes. Cases for and against the role played by these organizations have been highlighted by different writers depending on the relevance of an organization in addressing specific issues.
SponsorhipUniversity of Nairobi
University of NairobiSchool of law