EVOLUTION OF DNGOs AND THE LACK OF INFORMATION LEGALLY REQUIRED

DNGOs have been taking a important role in the international economic cooperation
since the second half of the 20 th century. But it ́s been in the last decades
when their number has been increased in a spectacular way due to the great recognition
given by different society sectors. It has became what is frequently known as
“NGO phenomenon”, characterised by its complexity due to the way in which such
organizations have developed and multiply themselves. At the same time the public
and private funds have been increased considerably. All this has created the necessity
of clarifying the so-called “3 rd sector”.
This paper, once analysed the NGO evolution, especially the NGOD one, shows
the present complexity of this phenomenon. The aim is to detect what kind of
information should be provided so that the public institutions and the society that
support them could value their activities. Later, the legal requirements of information
to which they are submitted, will be analysed. The conclusions drawn are that
the NGDOs don ́t provide the information required by the collaborative institutions
and civil society.

Journal: 
9
Authors: 
Rafael Cáceres Carrasco
Mariano Sánchez Barrios
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