Sponsored by: Hudson Institute and The Nonprofit Quarterly
“During these troubled times, what lies in store for the nonprofit sector, and what do we need to do about it? Along with every family in America, the nonprofit sector is wondering about its future. Will we miraculously survive as we largely do today? Will we starve our organizations to the core or emerge from the current economic calamity mostly intact? Will we fight the prevailing downturn on behalf of our individual institutions and leave others to defend themselves, or instead will we join forces to shore up the sector as a whole? In the aftermath of this financial crisis, will we have real options and choices?” New York University political scientist Paul Light recently posed these questions, along with some answers, in an article for the Winter 2008 issue of The Nonprofit Quarterly.
On Friday, February 20, Hudson Institute's Bradley Center is pleased to co-sponsor with NPQ a panel discussion of Professor Light's article.
Official Website: www.hudson.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=hudson_upcoming_events&id=662
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