This report identifies seven principles of human security and key features of successful human security approaches, in order to explain to health and development field experts what a human security approach is and its appropriate application.
This book provides a comprehensive perspective on the changing nature of governance and the evolution of the role of civil society in Japan, a country where bureaucracy has traditionally monopolized the determination of the public interest.
Friendship Across Borders: Nearly 100 US Sister City Organizations Raise Relief Funds for Japan
An unofficial translation of the law, with major changes indicated.
• New Fundraising Initiatives Seek to Bolster Growth of Nonprofit Sector
• Weak Funding Environment Sparks Local-Level Efforts to Support NPOs
• Initial Report on Public Interest Corporation Reforms Stirs Further Debate
• New Legal Reform Efforts Receive Mixed Welcome
• Amendments to the NPO Law and Tax Bill Bring Increased Flexibility to Nonprofits
• Proposed Reforms Affecting Public Interest Corporations Spark Heated Debate
• Local Initiatives Support Nonprofit Organizations and Activities in Japan
• Japan Association of Charitable Organizations Launches New Project
• New Tax Bill Gives Partial Victory to NPOs
• Law Amending in Part the Special Tax Measures Law
• NPO Law and Civil Society’s New Phase of Development
• Corporate-NGO Partnership in Asia Pacific: JCIE Publishes Results of Case Study Project
• New NPO Law Fosters Enabling Environment
• Selected Annotated Bibliography of Literature on the Nonprofit Sector in Japan