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Going global: transforming relief and development NGOs

Author: Lindenberg, Marc ; Bryant, CoraliePublisher: Kumarian, 2001.Language: EnglishDescription: 271 p. : Ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1565491351Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Going Global Transforming Relief and Development NGOs Contents Illustrations Preface 1 Responding to Globalization Accelerating Growth of the International Nonprofit Sector / 3 Some Basic Definitions / 5 Reasons for Rapid Growth / 8 Profiles of Some Northern Relief and Development NGOs / 12 Globalization, Challenges, and NGO Responses / 17 Emerging Organizational Imperatives / 22 Ethnology and Beyond / 23 An Overview of the Discussion / 27 vii ix 1 2 Managing Transformation: Tough Choices, Far-Reaching Consequences Diverse NGO Family Networks and the Culture of Change / 34 Alternative Approaches to Change / 39 Snapshots of the Change Process / 41 Progress and Bumps in the Road / 49 Broad Constraints on Transformation / 53 Ethnology and Beyond / 56 31 3 NGOs, Complex Emergencies, and Humanitarian Action The New World of Complex Emergencies / 66 The Global Relief System / 71 Major Impediments to Complex Emergency Response / 74 Tough Choices for the NGO Community / 80 NGO Responses to Operational Dilemmas / 82 NGO Responses to Ethical Dilemmas / 87 Responses to Structural Problems / 89 Ethnology and Beyond / 94 65 4 Building Positive Peace: Reducing Poverty and Social Exclusion War and Other Poverty Drivers / 101 Inequality and Social Exclusion / 109 Humanitarianism and Rights-Based Approaches / 112 Relief, Postwar Poverty Reduction, and Structural Violence / 116 Poverty in Transition States / 120 Children in Poverty / 122 New Modalities of Poverty Work / 124 Ethnology and Beyond / 132 101 5 Emerging Global Organizational Structures 139 Looking inside the Family: A Typology of Global Structures / 139 Family Self-Portraits / 140 Collaboration and Growth within the Family / 145 Reaching Out: Loose Alliances beyond the Family / 148 Reconfiguring the Family and Reaching Out to Others: The Case of Oxfam International / 151 Ethnology and Beyond / 152 6 The Promise of New Inter-Organizational and Inter-Sectoral Partnerships Concepts / 157 Drivers and Dilemmas / 159 New Directions in Organizational Partnerships / 161 New Directions in Engagement with the Private Sector / 162 Ethnology and Beyond / 168 155 7 The Evolving Role of Advocacy Factors Driving Advocacy Work / 174 Selecting and Negotiating Advocacy Choices / 179 Comparative Approaches to Advocacy / 186 Coordination in Advocacy Efforts / 195 Challenges / 202 Ethnology and Beyond / 205 173 8 Accountability, Evaluation, and Organizational Learning Introduction: The Challenge / 209 Why Now? What Has Changed? / 213 Multi-Directional Accountability / 215 A Contingency Model for Accountability / 218 Evaluation Systems / 221 Program and Project Evaluation / 226 Organizational Learning / 234 Ethnology and Beyond / 236 209 9 Conclusions Appendix: People Interviewed Index About the Authors 243 247 255 271

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