Ideella organisationer i välfärdssystemet – exemplet ICK
AbstractThis paper analyzes the consequences of an increasing non-profit sector and its impact on the municipalities and other local authorities. We discuss different forms of cooperation between non-governmental organizations and local authorities’ organizations. The basis for the discussion is the Integration centre for women – children and youths (ICK) which is an association for women with different nationalities. A conclusion is that the local authority can support non-governmental organizations by financing there activities in two ways: either for what they do or for their existence. Beyond this choice is a question if non-profit organizations should be independent agents or subcontractors for the local authorities.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University of Gothenburg, Department of Business Administration in its series FE rapport with number 2003-401.
Length: 55 pages
Date of creation: 24 Nov 2003
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non-profit sector; new public management; project; temporary organization; local government; welfare system;
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