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Development of Public Support for Social-Oriented Non-Profit Organizations in Perm at the Present Time

ФИО студента: Mitrofanov Aleksandr

Руководитель: Andrey B. Suslov

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Программа: Public Administration (Master)

Год защиты: 2021

The current master’s thesis focuses on the development of public support for social-oriented non-profit organizations in Perm at present. SO NPO deal with many social matters and play a key role in supporting social peace and forming civil society. The non-profit segment of Russia has great growth potential and it has enough resources to provide state support. Due to the high demand for SO NPO service, it is necessary to make their presence more apparent and positive. The role of the non-profit segment in Russia will gradually increase and grow stronger. In present-day conditions, new problems of cooperation between SO NPO and government bodies appear and the solution of these problems is possible through the improvement of the mechanisms of cooperation.

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