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The Role of Civil Society in Waste Management Policy Case Studies of Greater Beirut and Campania

Student: Shimaa Husien

Supervisor: Caroline Schlaufer

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The waste crisis in Greater Beirut and Campania has generated social unrest and political activism with a prominent role of civil society actors. This thesis investigates the role of civil society in waste management policy change in both Greater Beirut (2015-2020) and Campania (1994-2020). The advocacy coalition framework is applied to analyze the role of coalitions in waste management policy and the effect of conflict of ideas, values, and beliefs of each coalition on the waste policy formulation

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