Explaining the Role of Ngos in the Development of Environmental Law

Development is a process that coordinates people's and government's attempt to improve social, cultural and economic condition in any location and enables them all to participate in national progress and this terminology can be considered as an important process to teach people to participate in taking group decisions and in the meanwhile to take responsibilities which is in fact the same as Cooperative Development. This cooperative approach is supported by managers and intellectuals as the object. They claim that terminology should be considered as one of the main humans rights and should be supported in form of a goal and in its particles not for its results. NGOs as part of civil society's organs (CSOs) play significant role in realization of social development objectives. In situations when societies were not successful in solving environmental, developmental and welfare problems, NGOs were selected as shortcuts to pass development road. In those articles, the researcher first studied the importance of the role of NGOs in development and then evaluated the performance of these organizations in relation with development of environmental laws.
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