Tag Archive: Accountability

Counting What Doesn’t Count? A Study of the Overhead Myth’s Prevalence in the Irish Nonprofit Sector

The nonprofit sector is often challenged to show its impact, to prove its return on investment and demonstrate its efficiency and effectiveness. When determining the merit of a nonprofit organisation, donors can choose to look at a range of indicators. This study investigates one such indicator that has been at the centre of recent scrutiny …

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NGO Accountability – Policies and Practices in Ireland. A Focus on Trust – A Case study of Concern Worldwide

This research takes place at a time of immense change within the Voluntary and Community sector in Ireland. Calls for a reform of the legislation from inside and outside the sector have resulted in the Charities Act 2009. The objectives of this reform are to ensure accountability and increase transparency which it is hoped, will …

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NGO Accountability: The Case of Charities in Ethiopia

NGO influence and visibility have increased and stakes on their work are becoming greater. This has led to demands for better transparency and accountability by a multitude of stakeholders such as governments, donors, scholars and the public. NGOs in Ethiopia could not escape the pressure and the sector introduced codes of conduct to promote accountability. …

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