This presentation describes the administrative structure of an organization. It focuses on the roles of main actors in an organization: the director, policy maker, planner, executive trainer, representatives, arbitrator and mediator. Lastly, the presentation focuses on the leadership role of the president.
This curriculum addresses the issue of human rights and democracy. It provides a historical summary of the development of human rights and the role of the United Nations in the development of women's rights.
This curriculum addresses the role of women in political participation decision making in Jordan. It provides historical insights and obstacles for attaining a critical mass of women in high-ranking positions.
The presentation provides a set of best practices for NGOs and non-profit organizations, such as the mission statement and evaluation. It includes information on the Board of Directors, the issue of conflict of interests, human resources, transparency, the development of financial resources and community participation.
This manual provides a toolkit for starting organizations. It addresses themes such as planning, coordination, employment, supervision, information management, financial resources and advocacy. In addition, the manual provides a series of recommendations to overcome challenges when starting an organization.
This presentation addresses the main aspects of performance evaluation for NGOs. It focuses on nine points: mission statement and goals, legislation, membership, governing bodies, planning and implantation, services and programs, IT, financial resources and the relations with governmental and international organizations.