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Cross-Sector Cooperation and Social Collegiality during the Era of New Field in China

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China has entered into a new development era, an era of “China+.” During this era, both domestic and international social fields have been changed fundamentally, coupled with critical challenges as well as opportunities. From the standpoint of field theory, China will have to maintain its autonomy in the international field, while within its own domestic field, to realize its paradigm shift in its tri-sector field to exercise cross-sector cooperation, to upgrade its governance, leadership and management, and to pursue social collegiality under the 3.0 mind-set.

Affiliations: 1: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF); 2: Mingde Philanthropy and NGO Support


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