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Charities - do they work?
Alison Brownlie Bojang
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Looking at the moral, political and economic arguments for and against charities and the giving and receiving of charity, this book addresses key questions and invites discussion on aspects such as: what is a charity?How are charities funded?Who benefits from charities? Is our popular image of a charity correct? What is donor fatigue?This book looks at charities in a wide context, examining the positive and negative aspects : how would those in need survive without the help of charities? Should people be encouraged to rely less on charity? Why are charities being increasingly run like businesses? Should charities continue to exist? In examining these questions, the book demonstrates how thousands of people around the world have to depend, willingly or otherwise, on charities. It is one of a series of books that looks at some of the most important and controversial issues facing the world today.;The causes and effects of these subjects are investigates within a global context, while quotations from experts, public figures and people with personal experience of the subjects are featured throughout. In each title, statistics and case studies are used to explore the topic. Kaye Stearman has also written "Human Rights: Freedom of Expression".

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Ali is a former teacher of humanities and education officer for Oxfam. She has written a number of books for young people as well as course material for teachers.

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Charities - Moral and ethical aspects - Juvenile literature.|Charities - Political aspects - Juvenile literature.|Charities - Economic aspects - Juvenile literature.|Charities - Case studies - Juvenile literature.
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