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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anna Rogacheva
Features of Functioning of Non-Profit Organizations created at the Initiative of the State
Public Administration
(Master’s programme)
In modern Russia, with the growth in the number of NGOs and their role, the accompanying third sector also increases the problem of distinguishing genuine civil society organizations created at the initiative from below, and artificial associations created to form a "visible screen" of interaction between the state and society in the form of GONGO.

The relevance of this work is to study a relatively new phenomenon for Russia functioning GONGO, which remains a mystery to the scientific community.

The purpose of this work is to identify the features of the functioning of state-created NGOs in modern Russia.

Accordingly, the work identifies the universal features of non-profit organizations and organizations of the GONGO class, compares the obtained samples of GONGO and non-GONGO by frequency analysis for the features of functioning based on the criteria for the NCB from the questionnaire, and develops recommendations both for government bodies and for scientific Community to improve the effectiveness of the functioning of GONGO in modern Russia.

Thus, it is concluded that the functioning of the GONGO Institute and its impact on the non-profit sector in Russia is ambivalent, the essence of which is the following:

- The GONGO financing model deprives NCO of the incentive to attract third-party financial resources and reduces the level of their transparency.

- The GONGO funding model allows for more focused interaction with public authorities, and their activity is more targeted.

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