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  • Mukashova, Janyl (2018)
    The Constitution states “Citizens of the Republic of Kazakhstan shall have the right to peacefully and without arms assemble, hold meetings, rallies and demonstrations, street processions and pickets” (Article 32). However, ...
  • Mwendwa, Catherine (2018)
    The Constitution of Kenya provides for various rights and freedoms of association, which include the right to form, join or participate in the activities of an association of any kind provided that the group does not engage ...
  • Alijaj, Mjellma Hapciu (2018)
    The legal framework guarantees the fundamental freedoms of expression, association, and peaceful assembly. However, in order to obtain legal status, organizations are required to register at the Office for Non-Governmental ...
  • Abu Rumman, Samir; Al Shayji, Abdulrazzak (2018)
    The main law governing the formation of charitable organizations and institutions in Kuwait is the Public Benefit Associations Law. In accordance to Article 4 of the Public Benefit Associations Law, any group of no less ...
  • Tiulegenov, Medet (2018)
    Registration of philanthropic organizations is legally governed by the Law on Non-commercial Organizations (1999). There is no restriction to form a PO and also in terms of the purpose of a PO. Basically, there are no ...
  • Hassan, Nabil (2018)
    Individuals are mainly free to form organizations, and the process is not burdensome in terms of required papers and fees, however the timeline is unclear. The papers can be submitted at the Ministry for months before ...
  • Dokuzovski, Branko (2018)
    Freedom of association, assembly, expression, and information are rights guaranteed in the Macedonian Constitution, and particularly in the Law of Associations and Foundations. This includes a guarantee that all individuals ...
  • García-Colín, Jacqueline Butcher; Sordo Ruz, Santiago (2018)
    Philanthropic organizations do not have legal impediments from the government, but the registration process might prove costly and time-consuming. Furthermore, clear information about the exact steps to take to complete ...
  • Jankovic, Anto (2018)
    Individuals are free to form philanthropic organizations and are allowed to act collectively through unregistered groups, too. The registration process is clear and consistent, requiring a reasonable amount of time and ...
  • Elmostafa, Essaadi (2018)
    The system for creating new associations is subject to a declarative regime, in which associations need to declare to authorities their creation, but they do not need legal authorization to operate. In consequence, there ...
  • Tun Thein, Pansy (2018)
    The civil society-led revision of Association Registration Law was adopted in 2014. The new iteration is a more progressive law, replacing the draconian law of 1988, and has been a welcome development for expanding the ...
  • Uprety, Uttam (2018)
    The Constitution of Nepal 2015 (Article 17) ensures that every individual has the fundamental right to peaceful assembly and to freely associate. However, while individuals are mostly free to form organizations, the ...
  • Cordery, Carolyn (2018)
    An estimated 60% of POs in New Zealand are unincorporated. The law does not restrict their formation and operation. The remainder are either mainly Trusts (15%) or Incorporated Societies (20%). Some societies are incorporated ...
  • Ekiyor, Thelma (2018)
    The Nigerian constitution permits people to register POs. All POs are required to register with different bodies at the local, state and federal levels. These can be Cooperatives, Companies limited by Guarantee or Incorporated ...
  • Sivesind, Karl Henrik (2018)
    The Register of Non-Profit Organizations, established in 2009, is intended to simplify the interaction between voluntary associations and public authorities by providing systematic statistics and policy-relevant research ...
  • Nadeem, Ahmad (2018)
    Individuals in Pakistan are free to form organizations, associations, foundations or any other type of nonprofits (Articles 15-17 of the Constitution of Pakistan). Several laws allow such registrations or authorizations ...
  • Beatriz Parodi Luna, Maria (2018)
    The acquisition of legal personality in Peru is possible through registration in the Public Registry office (a national entity), which checks the “qualification of legality” (content and formality) of the documents. The ...
  • Songco, Danilo (2018)
    The Philippine constitution guarantees the rights of individuals to form unions, associations, or societies for purposes not contrary to the law. There are also several laws and public policies that encourage the formation ...
  • Arczewska, Magdalena (2018)
    Polish law permits individuals to act collectively through unregistered groups or organizations. Article 12 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland from 1997 provides that “The Republic of Poland shall ensure freedom ...
  • Marques, Ricardo André Mendonça (2018)
    There is freedom granted by the Constitution of the Portuguese Republic that safeguards fundamental rights and freedoms. Freedom of Association is recognized in Article 46 of the Constitution provided such associations are ...

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