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2022 ◽  
pp. 339-361
Author(s):  
Sevgi Kavut

Health communication is a field that is increasing in importance and developing in public health and non-profit organizations and the business sector. COVID-19 is a new type of virus that affects the whole world and is diagnosed with fever, dry cough, malaise, and symptoms of dyspnea. This research was formed to masculate their perceptions related to individual health news in Istanbul. The study sample was formed by adults, individuals aged over 18 years, who lived in Istanbul. The research has been applied by personal information forms and perceptions of health news scale.


Author(s):  
Mita Williams

In the beginning (of bibliometrics), citation counts of academic research were generated to be used in annual calculations to express a research journal’s impact. Now those same citation counts make up a social graph of scholarly communication that is used to measure the research strengths of authors, the hotness of their papers, the topic prominence of their disciplines, and assess the strength of the institutions where they are employed. More troubling, the publishers of this emerging social graph are in the process of enclosing scholarship by trying to exclude the infrastructure of libraries and other independent, non-profit organizations invested in research. This paper will outline efforts currently being employed by scholarly communication librarians using platforms built by organizations such as Our Research’s UnPaywall and Wikimedia’s Wikidata Project so that the commons of scholarship can remain open. Strategies will be shared so that researchers can adapt their workflows so that they might allow their work to be copied, shared, and be found by readers widely across the commons. Scholars will be asked to make good choices.


Author(s):  
Lia van Broekhoven ◽  
Sangeeta Goswami

Abstract Counterterrorism architecture has grown exponentially in the last two decades, with counterterrorism measures impacting humanitarian, development, peacebuilding and human rights action across the world. Addressing and mitigating the impact of these measures take various forms in different contexts, local and global. This article will address one particular form of engagement and redressal – that of the multi-stakeholder dialogue process – to deal with the unintended consequences for civil society of countering the financing of terrorism rules and regulations. The impact is seen in the difficulties that non-profit organizations face across the world in terms of financial access. Involving civil society, banks, government, financial intelligence, regulators, supervisors and banking associations, among others, in a dialogue process with clearly defined objectives is considered by policymakers and civil society to be the most appropriate and effective form of engagement for dealing with and overcoming this particular set of challenges. Multiple examples are provided of ongoing initiatives, with the nuances of each drawn out for a closer look at the conditions needed to sustain such dialogue, and an examination of whether such stakeholder dialogue processes are fit for purpose for solving the seemingly intractable problem at hand.


2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (24) ◽  
pp. 13976
Author(s):  
Eugenio Cejudo-García ◽  
Francisco Navarro-Valverde ◽  
José Antonio Cañete-Pérez ◽  
Noelia Ruiz-Moya

Civil society plays an essential role in the development of our rural areas. In spite of this, little research has been conducted on the role of non-profit organizations, often referred to in general terms as the third sector, within the framework of the LEADER program for rural development, especially in such a large geographical area as Andalusia, the study area of this research. The diversity of the groups that make up the “Others” group of rural development stakeholders is one of its most important characteristics. Over the course of the study period (2000–2015), these organizations have played a very significant role in Andalusia in both quantitative and qualitative terms. In order to find out more about the diversity of third sector organizations and to quantify and evaluate their importance, we carried out a detailed analysis of all the LEADER projects commenced in Andalusia between 2000 and 2015. The quantitative and quantitative results obtained highlight the diversity of these projects and how widely their presence varied from one type of rural area to the next. Our research reopens the debate about the growing role played by non-profit organizations in developed societies at a global level and within LEADER in particular.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 108-116
Author(s):  
Dede Mustomi ◽  
Asep Dony Suhendra ◽  
Khoirul Ulum ◽  
Maria Lapriska Dian Ela Revita

ABSTRACT Financial reports for an organization are very fundamental. This is a form of transparency for the finances of an organization, especially for non-profit organizations such as the Child Social Welfare Institution (LKSA Nurul Iman) which is a community service partner this time. We from the Business Administration Study Program, Faculty of Economics and Business, Bina Sarana Informatika University held a community service with the main theme being a Workshop on Making Basic Financial Reports for Non-Profit Organizations for Students of the Child Welfare Institution (LKSA Nurul Iman). The main problem why we raised this theme is because LKSA Nurul Iman touches more on programs that are religious in nature, even though the challenges ahead are more difficult and global so that teenagers who are currently studying must be given general knowledge, one of which is understanding financial reporting. Departing from these problems, we provide a solution in the form of a financial report preparation workshop, where we will describe the steps for making financial reports that are easily understood by their age. The method we use in community service this time is in the form of a workshop by providing examples of how to make basic financial reports and immediately put them into practice so that participants can absorb the material provided. The implementation of community service this time is still online using the Zoom application. The use of the Zoom application is due to the pandemic that has not ended and is still PPKM level 2. The output achieved in this community service is in the form of a Press Release which will be published in online media. Hopefully this activity will have a positive impact where the skills gained can be used in the future for the benefit of the Foundation and become provisions when they apply for jobs or establish an organization.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 65-80
Author(s):  
Wadzifatul Janah

This study aims to determine the efforts and strategies of the Islamic philanthropic institution Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) in overcoming the economic crisis in the current Covid-19 pandemic era. By optimizing the existing potential of ZISWAF to overcome problems of the ummah and humanity. Producing zakat and waqf assets, socializing the real ZISWAF, and collaborating with all existing philanthropic-based non-profit organizations. The research method used is qualitative descriptive, this research is a qualitative research with a type of case study (case study).


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