Exchange, Reciprocity, and Citizenship — Principles of Access and the Challenge to Human Rights in the Third Sector: An Australian Perspective.
Mutch and Shorts analysis suggests that, in a context of increasing “marketization” of state and third sector1 services, effective third-sector organizations will be distinguished by (1) a clear commitment to inclusive forms of delivery that are intrinsically based upon human rights and (2) their capacity to respond to the needs of marginalized peoples more or less unconditionally. They argue that to sustain this capacity to respond at a practical level, organizations will need to be multifaceted in their modes of delivery and be connected to diverse networks of providers and consumers of welfare.
Australia — poverty; nonprofit organizations; public welfare — Australia; reciprocity; welfare state
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 28, No. 4 (2001): 114-127