Capability Construction of Chinese NGO in Crisis Management
In crisis management, as the main NGO of social governance framework, because of their own with some of the features, such as autonomy, private, voluntary, etc., played an important role in China to prevent and respond to public crisis. From the point of view of capacity building, better play the role of NGO in the future public crisis management, from the NGO’s credibility, professional competence, management capacity and develop the ability to enhance its overall strength.
Key words: NGO; Crisis management; Professional competence; Development capacity
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