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How should INGOs manage any differences between their values and those of the people they seek to benefit? How open and honest should INGOs be about their own uncertainties and failures? This book consists of sustained reflections on such questions.

Ethical Questions and International NGOs: An Exchange between Philosophers and NGOs

It derives from a workshop held at Melbourne University in July that brought together a group of people — for the most part, reflective practitioners and moral and political philosophers — to discuss such questions. It explores honestly some of the current challenges and dilemmas that INGOs face, and also suggests some new ideas for meeting these challenges.

Our hope is that the kind of explicit reflection on the ethical issues INGOs face exemplified in this publication will help to promote a wider debate about these issues, a debate that in turn will help INGO managers and others to make better, wiser, more ethically informed decisions. To Respect or Not to Respect.

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