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What does OCS stand for?

OCS stands for Organizations of Civil Society

This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

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Protest rallies and demonstrations were held in all small and major towns including the capital city Muzaffarabad, Mirpur, Kotli, Rawalakot under the auspices of various organizations of civil society and private and public sector institutions to condemn the increased aggressive posture targeting innocent civilians dwelling the forward areas close to this side of the LoC in AJK and the working boundary in Sialkot Jammu sector since past many days.
She also provides a nuanced approach to studying race-based movements and offers a framework for understanding the role of social movements in shaping the non-state organizations of civil society.
The forum which started sessions with the participation of all the concerned authorities, called for establishment of real partnerships between the government's institutions and the organizations of civil society to support the wide cultural activities , affirming the necessity for coordination with the media to shed light on the Sudanese cultural products through the different mass media organizations .
It is up to each of us, to our organizations of civil society, religious, academic, humanitarian, economic, to shoulder our responsibility and participate in public life,' he said, noting that the turnout for the recent elections had been less than 45 per cent.
Labor and Democracy in Namibia 1971-1996 argues that a vibrant and autonomous civil society is crucial to the consolidation of new democracies, and it identifies trade unions, in particular, as especially important organizations of civil society.
Following up on this, the 1999 parliament issued a "Call to Our Guiding Institutions," inviting religions, governments, agriculture, labor, industry and commerce, education, arts, communications media, science, medicine, international intergovernmental organizations, and organizations of civil society to "reflect on and to redefine their roles at the threshold of a new century.