International NGO Journal

  • Abbreviation: Int. NGOJ
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8225
  • DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ
  • Start Year: 2006

INGOJ Articles in press

Exploring the Influence of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Corporate Sustainability Adoption: Institutional-Legitimacy Perspective

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This review seeks to examine the power and influence of NGOs in the course of corporate sustainability adoption (i.e. sustainability reporting). Using the institutional-legitimacy and governance theories, our findings suggest that NGOs has great potentials in sustainability discourse through two salient actions, namely (1) collaborative partnership, and (2) confrontational tactics. While the former promotes stakeholder...

Author(s):Lamin B. Ceesay

Work ethics and motivation among NGO workers

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This current paper studies the difference in Work Ethics and Work Motivation among NGO workers in India. Data was collected from 100 Generation X workers and 100 from Generation Y workers from various non-government organizations. The MWEP-SF was used to measure the Work ethics and the Work Motivation Questionnaire by K.G. Agarwal was used for assessing motivation. The study is quantitative in nature. Descriptive...

Author(s):Mundhra Tanvi

Initiatives of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) In The Rural Development of Manipur: An Assessment

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Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) have a very critical role in the process of developmental initiatives of various activities at the rural areas. It was a good provision of Citizen Volunteers Training Centre (CVTC) which provided tremendous enforcement powers for the upliftment of Andro villages. With this NGO, different social and economic related activities were imparted throughout the areas at grass root level....

Author(s):Ningombam Shanta Singh

Patterns in the financial performance of non-governmental organizations: The case of environmental organizations in the U.S.

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The paper is aimed at seeking the main determinants of the financial performance of NGOs in the US, with a specific focus on those devoted to environmental protection and conservation, and to assess a potential shift in the pattern of revenue and expenditure of such organizations that may have occurred following the election of president Trump in 2016 and the implementation of his administration’s environmental policy,...

Author(s):Mr Canesi Tullio

Examining the Role of Think Tanks in Turkish Policy-Making Processes

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In the new Post-Cold War era, changing trends in security umbrellas and international cooperation make it crucial for states to identify challenges and opportunities in order to protect their interests. Comparing the present with the past, state and government policies on domestic and foreign issues are shaped and formed in a pluralistic environment with the contributions of different actors. In this sense, think tanks...

Author(s):SEDA ÖZ YILDIZ and MERVE SEREN

Adolescent Girls Growing Beyond Commercialised Sexual Exploitation: Case Study from The Philippines of Voluntary Action for Income Support

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Up to two percent of adolescents and young women are subjected to commercialised sexual exploitation (CSE) in The Philippines, an economically poor country which earns considerable revenue from “sex tourists”. Earlier research, in the 1990s in Metro Manila, described the working conditions of adolescents whose CSE reflected family poverty, their “sex work” becoming a major source of income for families they left behind in...

Author(s):CHRISTOPHER BAGLEY,

THE ROLE OF NGO IN HEALTH CARE DELIVERY. A CASE STUDY OF ACT IN AFRIKA

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The primary goal of the study was to investigate the role of Non- governmental organization in health care delivery in Ga- East Municipality using ACT IN AFRIKA as a case study. To achieve this goal 10 staff and volunteers were drawn from various department of ACT IN AFRIKA and engaged in structured interview centering on the role played and the challenges faced by NGOs in health care delivery. Their responses were...

Author(s):Nkansah Ebenezer Owiredu

Lesson from UNESCO’s defeat in Arab States: why and how a new global corporate strategy is needed for UNESCO World Heritage Programme?

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Since the beginning of the Arab Spring, the cultural heritage sites in the Arab States have struggled, been damaged and destroyed from the threat of war, conflicts and looting. The world witnesses the fall of Palmyra in Syria by ISIS, destruction of Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan and the ruin of Babylon in Iraq by the U.S. military. It is reported that the guardian of world heritage sites, United Nations Educational,...

Author(s):Xiaotong Su

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