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Authors: Bataveljić, Dragan
Issue Date: 2021
Abstract: The author of this work point to the fact that humanitarian organizations are the part of non-profit sector which are established and work in order to achieve general welfare of the individuals, particular social groups or society in whole. What is important to emphasize is that they belong to so called, voluntary sector whose work is transparent and is based on the laws of the country in which they operate. Each humanitarian organization has its own strategic plan, which as a written document, is aimed at achieving basic program goals. The monitoring of the implementation of adopted projects and the control of the management process are the mandatory (final) phases of their work. Humanitarian organizations as the part of non-state sector today play increasing role in offering services in various fields of social life to a wide range of beneficiaries. 0 It is interesting to note that these organizations are more present in developing countries and the countries in transition, particularly in the field of social services. The grounds for this situation can be found in the decentralization process and new, modified apprehension of the role of the state in the work of the growing number humanitarian organizations and movements. Namely, decentralization allows the delegation of powers and tasks from the central to local government levels and this is the main reason for rapid expansion of non-government sector on the global level and increasing participation of non-government sector in service providing.
Type: journal article
DOI: 10.46793/UVP21.431B
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Law, Kragujevac

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