ResourcesThe following resources are about valuing Third Sector Organisations (TSOs).
This involves a commitment, summarised in this article by the previous CEO of the international Third Sector body - CIVICUS - to measure what you treasure and not just treasure what we measure!
By highlighting activities in TSOs that rely on generosity as well as those that are not driven by a market approach to social planning we hope to increase understanding of the imperative for a broader, ecological approach. Many activities are not driven by government or commercial contracts alone and by making these more visible we hope to enhance respect and recognition of mahi in the Third Sector.
Parable of the Blobs and the Squares No more throw away people on YouTube
Together: Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities
Participatory Philanthropy - a report by Lani Evans
Valuing third sector sustainability organisations - qualitative contributions to
systemic social transformations
Whatever Happened to Civil Society? - originally published by Open Democracy
by Vern Hughes
People aren’t as selfish as you think they are - from FUTURE LEARNING by Dr Niki Harré, Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of Auckland:
Designing for generosity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpyc84kamhw
Time Banking Edgar S. Cahn
Living Economies http://www.le.org.nz/
Commitment to a Treaty-based Multicultural New Zealand where the
indigenous status of tangata whenua and the role of tangata Tiriti are
NWO http://www.nwo.org.nz/ with Strong Sustainability earthslimits.org
Naomi Klein at the Sydney Opera House on 5 September 2015
Wellbeing Economics – an Alternative Framework for National Policy -
enabling people to live the lives they have reason to value
Stolen from future generations? - the need to move from a politics of self
interest to a politics of generosity.
http://www.basicincome.org/ - further background Universal Basic Income – an idea whose time has come?
Economist Ha-Joon Chang explains basic economics
What Works website of Community Research is a treasure trove of tools, case studies and resources to help you develop an outcomes framework, select tools for gathering data, to know and show the difference your organisation makes. Website: http://www.whatworks.org.nz/ Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyXc_7TzYzw&feature=youtu.be
Art of Recovery [documentary] http://artofrecoveryfilm.com/
Carlton, 'Faultlines: NGO-government relations and urban renewal in post-earthquake Christchurch', https://gallery.mailchimp.com/8f8d69331636b149fb381870d/files/d9bc568a-d576-4006-bf96-4eeb28b024d0/FaultlinesNGOgovernmentrelationsandurbanrenewal.pdf
Carlton, ‘Share an Idea, spare a thought: Community consultation in Christchurch’s time-bound post-earthquake rebuild,’ http://journals.sas.ac.uk/jhrc/article/view/1714/1651
Carlton and Vallance, ‘An inventory of community-led and non-governmental organisations and initiatives in post-earthquake Canterbury,’ 2013: http://www.lincoln.ac.nz/Documents/LEaP/Final%20Inventory.pdf
Contingen(city) [documentary], https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBTB0icCDoA
From where I was born: Stories of rebuilding [documentary], https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ss7rY5ErhMk
Life in Vacant Spaces, ‘Gauging the impacts of post-disaster arts and culture initiatives in Christchurch’:
Statistics New Zealand, The importance of New Zealand non profits, 2016: http://www.communityresearch.org.nz/importance-of-nz-non-profits/
Syben, William, ‘Making use of vacant urban space’:
Many reports available from:
All topics: http://www.communityresearch.org.nz/find-research/
Emergency services and disaster relief: http://www.communityresearch.org.nz/research-results/?fwp_research3=emergency-services-and-disaster-relief (many related to post-earthquake Christchurch)