2 edition of Developing quality in the voluntary sector. found in the catalog.
Developing quality in the voluntary sector.
1995 by [The Author] .
Written in English
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Renewed interest in the voluntary sector, particularly since the s, has generated a variety of terms to describe it. Examples include the voluntary and community sector, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), the third sector, the informal sector, the independent sector, organized civil.
Researching Quality Systems and Developing Accreditation Standards for Voluntary Suicide Prevention Organisations in Ireland. / Friel, Breda. Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report.
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About the journal Voluntary Sector Review is published by Policy Press in association with the Voluntary Sector Studies Network (VSSN).It publishes accessible, high-quality peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of the voluntary, community, civil society and third sectors.
Voluntary Sector Review is published by Policy Press in association with the Voluntary Sector Studies Network (VSSN).It publishes accessible, high-quality peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of the voluntary, community, civil society and third sectors.
An introduction to the voluntary sector What is the voluntary sector. The ‘voluntary sector’ refers to organisations whose primary purpose is to create social impact rather than profit.
It often called the third sector, civil society or the not-for-profit sector. It is independent. This paper describes the Judge project, the aim of which was to explore the need for health website quality assessment guidelines for the voluntary : Sue Childs.
This book is appropriate as a source of supplemental readings for graduate-level courses about the nature of the voluntary sector, and especially for inserting a comparative perspective in courses that might otherwise emphasize third sector activities in a single country.
a must-have resource for anybody who teaches or studies third sector. Services provided: Health and Safety Information, Help with developing policies and sample policies, Information on being an employer, Information on legal issues, Information on managing community and voluntary sector groups, Information about managing volunteers, Risk Assessment (Financial and Organisational), Risk Assessment (Health and.
Read "Developing health website quality assessment guidelines for the voluntary sector: outcomes from the Judge Project, Health Information & Libraries Journal" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at Author: Childs, Sue.
The damage of a perceived lack of effective safeguarding has resulted in the voluntary sector now being less trusted by respondents than the average man or woman in the street. This conference will analyse the achievements since Government Events’s conference on safeguarding in the voluntary sector.