in: Civil Society
To preserve human rights, organizational models must change
Current human rights business models consist of complex transnational networks premised on the widespread existence of non-profit CSOs financed primarily through charitable grants originating from outside the country. Recent political trends threaten the legitimacy and viability of that model. Yet, there are trends in technology, philanthropy, business and society that create other options, and there are already examples that begin to point to some new ways forward.
The full article can be found on Open Global Rights.
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