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The voluntary sector, the state and the law

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Volunteers -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Great Britain., Nonprofit organizations -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain., Voluntarism -- Great Britain., Charity laws and legislation -- Great Bri

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Statementedited by Alison Dunn.
ContributionsDunn, Alison, 1969-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKD2061 .V65 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 255 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6900471M
ISBN 101841130672
LC Control Number00710727
OCLC/WorldCa42954530

The Voluntary Sector, the State and the Law by Alison Dunn (Editor) ISBN Format: Hardcover.

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The essays in this collection draw out the tensions between the voluntary sector, the state and the law, and highlight the many areas where relationships between the principal actors are uneasy. The principles of independence and autonomy, regulation and accountability and patronage through partnership have underpinned the development of the third sector over the last two :   About The Voluntary Sector, the State and the Law.

Over the last two decades the development of the 'third sector' has been underpinned by principles of independence and autonomy,regulation and accountability and patronage through partnership. The Voluntary Sector, the State and Social Work in Britain book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This text offers a perspective 4/5(1). The Voluntary Sector, the State and Social Work in Britain offers a different perspective which shows that Britain has always had a mixed economy of welfare with the voluntary sector playing a major role.

This book traces the ideas and practice of one of the most influential voluntary organisations, the Charity Organisation Society, which became the Family Welfare Association in This text offers a perspective on welfare politics in Britain which shows that Britain has always had a mixed economy of welfare with the voluntary sector playing a major role.

It traces the ideas of the Charity Organisation Society, which became the Family Welfare Association in Through the history of the Family Welfare Association, the book traces the development of social work from voluntary work, which was seen as The voluntary sector to ideas about social theory and social change.

The book showcases the exciting, groundbreaking, and yet often unrecognized work that the voluntary sector provides in correctional settings.

Collectively, the chapters highlight beneficial practices while raising critical questions about the role of the voluntary sector in prison and reentry settings. Judicial Review of Voluntary Bodies Ann Lyon 25 Chapter 4 Policing the Voluntary Sector: Legal Issues and Volunteer Vetting Susan R.

Moody 39 Chapter 5 Board Responsibilities in the Voluntary Sector: The Case of Housing Associations Alice Belebet 59 Chapter 6 Guarantee Companies in the Voluntary Sector Joanna Gray 75 Chapter 7.

Laforest’s book makes a major contribution to the study of state-voluntary sector relations, linking the work on public policy and civil society. It gives a true sense of the dynamics of the voluntary sector, bringing together policy sectors, internal organizational shifts, and federal government processes.

The editors introduce the collection in Chapter 1, defining the book as examining ‘voluntary sector organisations who consider themselves as working with or alongside the criminal justice system and openly acknowledge that at least some of their service users are involved in’ criminal justice (pp.

3–4).Author: Philippa Tomczak. The voluntary sector, the state and the law / edited by Alison Dunn. KF A5 V65 The law relating to the administration of charities: under the Charitable trusts acts,Roman Catholic charities act,Local government act,and other statutes: with forms of applications in use by the charity commissioners and Board of education / by Thomas Bourchier-Chilcott.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Foreword --Notes on Contributors --Acknowledgements --Ch. uction --pt. tion and Accountability of the Voluntary Sector --Ch. Legal Framework for Community Involvement --Ch. al Review of Voluntary Bodies --Ch. ng the Voluntary Sector: Legal Issues and.

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Through the lens of developments since September 11th, Mark Sidel provides the first comparative analysis of state responses to voluntary sector activity. Summary: The essays in this collection draw out the tensions between the voluntary sector, the state and the law, and highlight the many areas where relationships between the principal actors are uneasy.

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This book traces the ideas and practice of one of the most influential voluntary organisations, the Charity Organisation Society, which became the Family Welfare Association in Cited by: This book is a very valuable addition to the literature on the changing relationship between the voluntary sector and the state, raising important questions about the relationship, which organisations are involved, how it works, what effects there are on consumers, and what complexities and concerns there are in new relationship.

The Nonprofit Sector takes up these concerns and offers a cutting-edge empirical and theoretical assessment of the state of the field. This book, now in its third edition, brings together leading researchers—economists, historians, philosophers, political scientists, and sociologists along with scholars from communication, education, law.

the voluntary and community sector (voluntary sector): this is an inclusive term for charities and organisations or community groups not registered as charities which undertake work of benefit to society. The ‘voluntary’ part of the term refers to the fact that all of these organisations are voluntary in some way: they have a voluntary.

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This book traces the ideas and practice of one of the most influential voluntary organisations, the Charity Organisation Society, which. Jane Lewis. The Voluntary Sector, the State and Social Work in Britain: The Charity Organisation Society/Family Welfare Association since Aldershot, Edward Elgar,pp, Hard £ - Gertrude Himmelfarb.

The De-moralization of Society. London, IEA,pp, £ paper. - Volume 25 Issue 1 - John Offer. Moody, Susan R. / Policing the voluntary sector: legal issues and volunteer voluntary sector, the state and the law.

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"Laforest's book makes a major contribution to the study of state-voluntary sector relations, linking the work on public policy and civil society. It gives a true sense of the dynamics of the voluntary sector, bringing together policy sectors, internal organizational shifts, and federal government processes.

The shadow state: government and voluntary sector in transition. Jennifer R. Wolch. The Foundation Center, All Book Search results » Bibliographic information.

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Title: The shadow state: government and voluntary sector in transition: Author: Jennifer R. Wolch: Publisher: The Foundation Center, Original from: the University of. Laforest's book makes a major contribution to the study of state-voluntary sector relations, linking the work on public policy and civil society.

It gives a true sense of the dynamics of the voluntary sector, bringing together policy sectors, internal organizational shifts, Author: Rachel Laforest. Exploring the relationship between the voluntary sector and the state in criminal justice Article July with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

This text presents an account of the voluntary sector's development and current position in the UK. The authors begin by defining voluntary organizations and then briefly outline their history, going on to explain the voluntary sector in relation to law, education and the state.

The text concludes with a discussion of policy issues - including the crucial issue of how voluntary organizations. The formal identification of the voluntary nonprofit sector was noted by the Frenchman Alexis de Tocqueville in his visit to America. Sent by France to study American penitentiaries, Tocqueville observed "Wherever at the head of some undertaking you see the government in France, or a man of rank in England, in the United States you will be.

Whilst NCVO has previously presented data to dispel this myth, we now have more up-to-date information on the reciprocal relationship between the state and the voluntary sector.

At the last count, the voluntary sector received over a third (38%) of its funding from statutory sources, which amounts to £billion.At a time when the voluntary sector's role is being transformed, this book examines the dynamic nature of the voluntary sector and its responses to current uncertainties, and some of the.