Going Global: Transforming Relief and Development NGOs
* An innovative look at changing roles of NGOs in global politics
* Based on extensive fieldwork and discussions with NGO presidents and CEOs
This is an invaluable resource to anyone studying general nonprofit management issues, as well as those studying the specific challenges of relief and development organizations. Boasting a unique insiders’ perspective, it is the first book-length study of the largest Northern-based international relief and development NGOs.
The authors address the challenges of accountability, evaluation, and organizational learning for NGOs and the growing significance of complex emergencies, peacebuilding, and advocacy work. They evaluate how infrastructures are being organized on a worldwide basis and responding to the transformative changes globalization demands.
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