We invite one-page extended abstracts including theory, method and key findings by 31st January 2019 to be considered for this research day.
Questions that may be addressed include, but are not limited to:
Case studies of NGO accountability and accounting practices, including those related to financial scandals, corruption or misuse of power
Accountability, power and political dynamics between NGOs, donors, stakeholders, volunteers and beneficiaries
Social media and NGO accountability
“Mission drift” and NGO governance and accountability
Accountability and transparency in business-NGO partnerships
NGOs engagement with the global challenges articulated in United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and implications for NGO governance and accountability
Critical analysis of forms, processes and mechanisms of beneficiary accountability
Critical examination of current forms and processes of governance in NGOs
Scalability or self-sustainability and its implications for NGO governance and accountability, particularly in micro finance NGOs
Critical analysis of NGO accountability and governance standards and guidelines
We are also open to other topics, including submissions from other disciplinary perspectives, such as development studies.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 31 January 2019
Please contact Professor Ataur Belal firstname.lastname@example.org for questions and submissions
This workshop is linked to a special issue in Critical Perspectives on Accounting – see https://www.journals.elsevier.com/critical-perspectives-on-accounting/call-for-papers/critical-perspectives-on-ngo-governance-and-accountability for more information.