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On July 14th 2015, a meeting of the Nonprofit Academic Center Council took place in Chicago. HSE has been a member of the council since 2012.
During the meeting, participants discussed trends and developments in education in the field of nonprofit organizations and charity, presented new recommendations for training standards in this area, and discussed future plans and projects. In particular, the Council plans to improve recommendations involving the expert opinions of European colleagues and to provide certain recommendations for the education of charity and civil society in an international context implementing the activity of the Department of Economics and Management in Non-governmental Non-profit Organizations.
Those members of the Council representing American and European higher education programmes in this area have also expressed a strong interest in participating in the educational activities of the Department and the Centre for Studies of Civil Society and Non-Profit Sector. For example, they plan to participate in the annual HSE summer school, they are also ready to invite HSE students and to encourage young researchers in Economics to participate in their programmes and training events by offering tuition fee discounts.
At the NACC conference, ‘The Meaning of ‘Nonprofitness’: Capturing it in Research, Curriculum, & Programming’, the participants analyzed issues dedicated to trends and innovations in the nonprofit sector and charity, tried to determine how these innovations can be used in the educational process, discussed which information is most relevant for students in a changing world, and what teaching methods are most effective in this context. They also shared methodological findings and best practices.
Gulnara Minnigaleeva, Research Fellow at the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Studies in Non-Commercial Sector presented two reports during the event: ‘Motivations and Aspirations of Undergraduate Public Administration Students in Russia’ and ‘Nonprofit Management Innovations’. The chief editor of the ‘Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership’ suggested preparing an article based on the results of this research into student motivation. The article will be published in a special issue of the journal about training in NGOs, civil society and charity in an international context.