Table of contents for Culture of responsibility and the role of NGOs / edited by Taj I. Hamad, Frederick A. Swarts, and Anne R. Smart.

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Preface	xi
Part I: NGOs and Culture of Responsibility
Introduction	1
1.	The Role of the Non-Governmental Community in Building a Culture of Responsibility: A Human Imperative for the Twenty-first Century
Noel Brown	3
2.	Social Justice in Today's World
Oscar Arias Sánchez	7
3.	NGO Core Values and True Responsbility
Dr. Chung Hwan Kwak	11
4.	Volunteering--Reconnecting a Disconnected Society: The Volunteer Movement Creating a Culture of Responsibility
Mei Cobb	15
5.	Good Governance and Civic Engagement
William Reuben	25
6.	Standards for NGOs: NGO Legitimacy, Integrity, Accountability, and Responsibility
H.E. Jerry John Rawlings	31
Part II: NGOs, Human Security, and the United Nations
Introduction	39
7.	Legal Personality and the Role of Non-Governmental Organizations and Non-State Political Entities in the United Nations System
Ruth Wedgwood	41
8.	Rights and Duties in a New Challenging World
Dr. Shireen Hunter	61
9.	Iraq, Terrorism, and the Culture of Irresponsibility
Dr. Laurie Mylroie	67
10.	Women and Peace in South Asia
Dr. V. Mohini Giri	75
11.	The Right of the Ukraine to Call For Nuclear Disarmament
Leonid Kravchuk	81
12.	Conflict Prevention in Europe and the Economic Dimension
Professor Mihaela Dimitrescu	83
Part III: NGOs and Human Rights
Intoduction	91
13.	Human Rights NGOs as the Motors of Change
Dr. Claude Welch	93
14.	Human Rights Challenges, NGOs, and the US Government's Commitment
Lorne W. Craner	101
15.	Religious Freedom and the Role of NGOs
Paul Marshall	107
16.	Human Rights Challenges in the New Century
Alexandra Arriaga	113
17.	A Working Paradigm for Human Rights Discourse: Report on an Interactive Session on Human Rights
Thomas J. Ward and Alexa Fish Ward	119
Part IV: NGOs and Environmental Protection
Introduction	127
18.	NGOs and Environmental Conservation
Dr. Frederick A. Swarts	129
19.	The Power and Ethics of Environmental NGOs in this Era of Earth Two
Gary Gardner	143
20.	Ecotourism and the Non-Governmental Sector and Business Sector
Megan Epler Wood	149
21.	World Religions and Ecology
Mary Evelyn Tucker	157
22.	Sustainable Community Building
Dr. Donald B. Conroy	163
Part V: NGOs, the Family, and International Organizations
Introduction	171
23.	International Law, Social Change, and the Family
Richard G. Wilkins	173
24.	NGOs and the Assault on the American Family
Seriah Rein	203
Part VI: NGOs and the Media
Introduction	223
25.	A Responsible Media and NGOs
Ambassador Philip V. Sanchez	225
26.	A Critique of NGO-Media Relations
John O'Sullivan	231
27. Getting Media Coverage for Your NGO
Melissa Hopkins	235
28.	Media Relations: Building Personal Relationships with the Media
James Weidman	241
Part VII: Resources for NGOs
Introduction	253
29.	Fundraising and Getting Grants
Theresa Rudacille	255
30.	Strategic Management of NGOs
Margaret Hayes	275
31.	Networking
Karen Woods	287
Part VIII: Excellence in the NGO Community
Introduction	299
32.	Human and Proud of It
Noel Brown	301
33.	Peace Begins with Each of Us
Dr. Oscar Arias Sanchez	313
34.	Helping Knowledge
Shaykh Hassan Ali Cisse	315
35.	The Circumpolar Arctic as a Barometer of the Globe's Environmental Health
Sheila Watt-Cloutier	317
36.	Women and Change: A Clear Message To Women of My Region
Wajeeha Al-Baharna	321
37.	The First Battle Is a Battle of the Home
Charles A. Ballard	325
38.	Religions Together: A Common Vocation for Peacemaking
Bishop William E. Swing	327
39.	Transition To a Culture of Peace
Frederico Mayor Zaragoza	329
Part IX: Diversity of NGOs
Introduction	335
40.	Searching for a New Vision: Global Common Society
Woon Ho Kim	337
41.	International Voluntary Service: Eighty Years of Promoting Peace by Teaching Nonviolence and Fostering a Culture of Responsibility
Peter Coldwell	341
42.	Global Healing Ethical Imperatives for Sustainable Development
Dr. David W. Randle	345
43.	Estonian Association Anti-AIDS: Twelve Years of Activity
Ljudmilla Priimägi	361
44.	The Democracy School
Ruta Pels	365
45.	"Simurg" Association of the Culture of Azerbaijan
Fuad Mammedov	369
46.	Action on Disability and Development (ADD): Cambodia
Srey Vanthon	371
Contributors	375

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Non-governmental organizations Congresses, Social action Congresses, Social conflict Prevention Congresses, Human rights Congresses, Responsibility Congresses