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NGO´S

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Oriol Agramunt

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INDEX:
- What is an NGO

- NGOs we have chosen:

Save the children

Cure Violence

Spanish Association of Psychological and Social Studies
WHAT IS AN NGO?
Non-profit organization

Local, national or international

Vital roles in human rights standards
SAVE THE CHILDREN
CURE VIOLENCE

Cure Violence is guided by clear understandings that violence is a health issue, that individuals and communities can change for the better, that community partners and strategic partnerships are keys to success, and that rigorous, scientific, professional ways of working are essential for effectiveness.
Mission
Goals
Vision
Work
History
Accolades
The Work of Cure Violence
Violence prevention
+ 50 cities and organizations - US
8 countries ranging form Canada to South Africa to Syria
Focusing - United States,Latin America and Middle East/North Africa
Leading a movement to treat violence as a health problem
CHANGE - violence as moral corruption or human failing that applies punitive strategies to address the issue, to one that includes an understanding and addressing of violence as a health problem (a contagious epidemic)
What we do to do it successfully?
Cure Violence History
Save the children's objective
To inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lifes.
When and by whom was founded?
Founded 1919
Eglantyne Jebb
England
WWI
Work and goals
Worldwide
Provide lifesaving supplies and emotional support.
Improve children’s lives
Secure a good quality education
Protect the world’s most vulnerable children
Work in the poorest countries to help families out of the poverty cycle, so they can feed and support their children
Why have I chosen this NGO?
Most active NGO
Their labour is crucial
MISSION / GOALS
To reduce violence globally using disease control and behavior change methods
1. Implement the Cure Violence model in urban areas around the world

2. Shift the thinking, policy, and practice as it relates to violence such that it is seen primarily as health issue
VISION
Imagine a world without violence

Focus more on prevention

Violence as a disease

Cure
Founded by Gary Slutkin 2000
Location: University of Illinois-Chicago School of Public Health
Launched in West Garfield Park
Was quick to produce results, reducing shootings by 67% in its first year
2000-2008, Cure Violence focused its activities in the United States
2008 began its first international adaptation of the methodology (Iraq)
Since then, international programs have been added in many more countries

Results
ACCOLADES
Highlighted by the award winning movie The Interrupters in 2011
Ranked 17th among the Top 500 Global NGOs; first among organizations dedicated to reducing violence.
Named the “approach that will come to prominence” by The Economist.
Featured on the cover of the New York Times Magazine
Cited in A Path Appears as an organization changing the world
Helped to organize an Institute of Medicine
HISTORY
Founded by Gary Slutkin in 2000
Located in University of Illinois- Chicago School of Public Health
Launched in West Garfield Park
Quick to produce results, reducing shootings by 67%
2000-2008 focused its activities in the US
2008 began its first international adaptation of the methodology (Iraq)
Since then, international programs have been added in many countries
RESULTS
ACCOLADES
Highlighted by the award winning movie The Interrupters in 2011
Ranked 17th among the Top 500 Global NGOs; first among organizations dedicated to reducing violence
Named the "approach that will come to prominence" by The Economist
Featured on the cover of the New York Time Magazine
Cited in A Path Appears as an organization changing the world
Helped to organize an Institute of Medicine.
BASIC INFORMATION
It was created the 9th of January of 1988

Javier Garcés Prieto

Located in Zaragoza

321 volunteers and 400 cooperative partners

Projects in common with international institutions

To promote studies and investigations related to social science and human activity

To exchange knowledge between professionals and students→ psychology, sociology, healthcare...

To promote the investigations of programs related to healthcare

To improve individual life quality and social development

To create study groups → elaborating reports

To spread knowledge and advances of psychology and sociology all around the world
PROJECTS
ABOUT THE COLLECTED MONEY
Almost all of the money goes to activities:

63%→ social programs and activities
25%→courses and investigation activities
12%→ other programs of social integration
This organization doesn't pay anyone working in it
Where the money come from?:

74%→ income from activities
14%→ public subsidy
12%→ income from associates and donations
Integration of isolated people
Help people with problems related with drugs
Psychology studios - teach people to live in a better way
Health programs for young people
Promote the rational use of medicine
Teach young people to use the new technologies in a responsible way
MAIN OBJECTIVES:
Why have we chosen this NGO?
We need to be physically and mentally healthy
Money is not the only necessary thing for helping people
Everybody deserves a second chance
"Prevention is better than cure"
SPANISH ASSOCIATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL STUDIES
By: Pablo Maeso, Ángela Mansilla, Paola Fraile, María Angelina and Victoria Ruiz
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