6 edition of NGO Accountability found in the catalog.
by Earthscan Publications Ltd.
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael Edwards (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
By examining how NGOs operate in Southern India in the early ’s, this book discusses the challenges faced by small, local NGOs in the uncertain times of changing aid dynamics. The key findings focus on what empowerment means for Indian women, and how NGO accountability to these groups is an important part of the empowerment being realised. Pressure to improve NGO accountability emanates from various forces: Philanthropists: Charitable foundations, which used to donate without strings attached to .
Accountable Now is a global platform, founded in by a group of independent non-profit organisations, which is intended to foster accountability and transparency of civil society organisations (CSOs), as well as stakeholder communication and performance. It supports CSOs to be transparent, responsive to stakeholders and focused on delivering impact. United States. Concerns about the politics of NGO accountability turn out to be the most engaging theme of this book. Why is this? In , the first key text on NGO accountability concluded that: the developmental impact of NGOs, their capacity to attract support, and their legitimacy as actors in development, will rest.
A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) or Civil Society Organization is any organization not established by government agreement. They comprise the "third sector" of modern society, in addition to the public and private sectors. For more background see What is an NGO? by Peter Willetts at City University, : Jim Church. In , Edwards and Hulme framed the debate on NGO accountability in their book “NGOs – Performance and Accountability”. They concluded: “Despite the complexities and uncertainties involved, all agree that the current state of NGO accountability is unsatisfactory” (Edwards & Hulme, , p). “Improving performance-assessment.
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This book provides the first comprehensive examination of the issues and politics of NGO accountability across all sectors and internationally. It offers an assessment of the NGO Accountability book technical tools available including legal accountability, certification and donor-based accountability regimes, and questions whether these are appropriate and viable.
Rather than treating NGO accountability as a technocratic endeavour based in managerial best practice, the authors confront its political and power-laden underpinnings head-on. Jordan and van Tuijl show us the dark side of accountability politics - how its language and mechanisms can be abused for suppressing basic rights of voice and political 5/5(1).
NGO ACCOUNTABILITY AND AID DELIVERY 3 contents Executive summary 5 1. Introduction 7 2. The context of NGO accountability 10 3. Existing accounting and accountability mechanisms 13 4. Impacts of upward-accountability mechanisms 19 5. Impacts of downward-accountability mechanisms 28 6. Summary, conclusions and recommendations 33 References The second part presents a new analysis of how to meet the challenge of enhancing NGO performance and accountability in the global arena.
I will contend that accountability is needed and feasible where tasks are delegated to NGOs, but that accountability is an ill-conceived goal when the NGO acts autonomously to pursue its own by: This book provides the first comprehensive examination of the issues and politics of NGO accountability across all sectors and internationally.
It offers an assessment of the key technical tools available including legal accountability, certification and donor-based accountability regimes, and questions whether these are appropriate and viable Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Accountability requires that an NGO provides a professional or financial account (or justification) of it activities to another stakeholder group or individual.
It presupposes that the NGO has a clear policy on who is accountable to who and for what. It involves the expectation that the NGO will be willing NGO Accountability book accept advice or criticism and to.
The Contemporary Debate on NGO Accountability. A good starting point for jumping into the contemporary debate on NGO accountability is the recent study by Ruth W.
Grant and Robert O. Keohane on “Accountability and Abuses in World Politics.” The authors identify two “theoretical models” or “basic concepts” of accountability—. NGO accountability to government is also based on an upward power relationship. The government of Cambodia creates a legal and regulatory environment within which NGOs function and in this respect the government has significant leverage.
NGOs interviewed during the study referred to their accountability. Accountability Charter ) The extent of this assumption, that accountability will help with NGO trustworthiness, is such that in INTRAC w orried that any “coverage of non-compliance [with.
This is partly because NGO performance-assessment and accountability methods are weak, and partly because NGOs are caught up increasingly in the world of official aid, which pushes them towards certain forms of evaluation at the expense of others.
This unique book takes a hard and critical look at these issues, and describes how NGOs can 5/5(1). External accountability is also termed as upward accountability in the literature and includes government- NGO and donor-NGO relations.
In other words, in Bangladesh multiple layers of. *NGOs are under fire for being "unaccountable" to anyone; this is the first book to tackle fully the politics, pitfalls, and benefits of NGO accountability* Offers principles and innovative solutions for assessing and developing viable accountability*Input and cases studies from NGOs such as Action Aid, and from every part of the globe including China, Indonesia, Latin America, and AfricaAs.
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Edited By Lisa Jordan, Peter van Tuijl. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: 2. Get this from a library. NGO accountability: politics, principles and innovations.
[Lisa Jordan; Peter van Tuijl;] -- 'Credible and effective accountability is quite simply a pre-condition for NGOs' continued historical significance as global and local agents of change. Prepared by. The question of accountability has often looked to how NGOs answer to donors or to the national governments of countries in which they are operating.
From a. “Debating NGO Accountability” by Dr. Jem Bendell, puts democra-cy and human rights firmly at the centre of the debate about NGO accountability. The implications of this “democratic accountability” approach are significant, as it encourages us to consider with equal energy the accountability of those not-for-profit organizations thatCited by: This essay offers a review ( words) of "NGO Accountability: Politics, Principles and Innovations," Lisa Jordan and Peter van Tuijl, eds.
(London: Earthscan ). International and transnational NGOs have been under criticism for alleged lack of accountability since they emerged into prominence in the s.
In recent years, the debate over NGOs has shifted from legitimacy and Cited by: Buy NGO Accountability () (): Politics, Principles and Innovations: NHBS - Edited By: Lisa Jordan and Peter van Tuijl, EarthscanPrice Range: £ - £ Accountability is a very large term and encompasses several issues of an NGO; some of these may include organizational management structure, financial procedures, human resource policies etc.
Experts suggest that organizations with high accountability and credibility are often preferred by donors and are more likely to get funded. NGO Accountability: Politics, Principles & Innovations.
Edited by Lisa Jordan and Peter van Tuijl. London, Sterling VA: Earthscan, Pp. xii, Index. $, cloth; $, paper. Before turning to review the book at hand, NGO Accountability, I want to begin by briefly setting the stage as to why accountability of NGOs has become significant.
particular type of NGO. For example, grassroots organizations are NGOs that members of a community form to help themselves. Legitimacy, transparency and accountability go hand in hand.
If an NGO is not accountable to its stakeholders, it will not be seen as legitimate. If an NGO is not transparent, it cannot hold itself accountable and.This book provides the first comprehensive examination of the issues and politics of NGO accountability across all sectors and internationally.
In the spirit of moving towards greater accountability the book looks in detail at innovations that have developed from within NGOs and offers new approaches and flexible frameworks that enable.Get this from a library!
NGO accountability. [Jeffrey Unerman; Brendan O'Dwyer;] -- Annotation There are many aspects of NGO accountability which should be explored in greater depth in future studies. Several other issues have been examined in the papers in this e-book.