As the capacity of the government in Africa to address development problems dwindle, the negative effects of globalization became more glaring. There is therefore need for increased emphasis on the role of civil society in African States to fill in the gaps. With the fast approach of the 21st century, ways of enhancing the role of civil society should be the focus of developing African States. The specialized features of civil society to the development challenge in Africa, in the context of globalization, especially in addressing the social and economic problem make this third sector of the economy of great importance.
There is now an urgent need for African States to look for alternatives to manage their affairs and these States will of necessity look inward for answers.
Law in development perspective is an instrument of social change. The legal space is an indicator to measure the degree of involvement of civil society. It is therefore important to examine the legal framework which has been put into place for civil society as this strengthens rather than weakens national and local development, if obeyed by all
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BAMGBOSE, OLUYEMISI . "Legal Frameworks In Support Of Civil Society" Afribary (2021). Accessed March 26, 2023. https://afribary.com/works/legal-frameworks-in-support-of-civil-society