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Readers of JNMP can follow a lively discussion in this first issue: The editorial board introduces itself personally, discusses current phenomena from the world of nonprofit organizations, and focuses on future issues and challenges facing the sector - which will ultimately also be the subject of future issues. In addition, the article by Kimberly Vindas and Fernanda Costa Meneses Nunes presents current results from a study on the establishment of self-help networks among migrants in Germany. The authors address the question of what motives, goals, challenges and opportunities are associated with migrants founding their own organizations and how they support the integration process. In her best-practice article on "Good leadership practices of NGOs managers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic in Colombia", Mayra Martin Espinosa provides an insight into the leadership practices of NGOs in Colombia. In doing so, it arrives at differentiated insights into how these practices develop in times of crisis and, in particular, identifies a management dilemma for which it outlines various solution options. With these diverse perspectives on nonprofit management, the JNMP starts and opens the debate, which will then be further enriched in the coming issues in different facets from the various disciplines and fields of practice. We wish all readers a stimulating read!
Journal of Nonprofit Management Nr. 1 (09/2023)
Gesa Birnkraut (ed.), Kathrin Loer (ed.)
From the content
04 Editorial Board
05 Interview with JProf. Dr. Marlene Walk, Dr. Ronja Scheler, Susanne Dieper, Prof. Dr. Kathrin Loer and Prof. Dr. Gesa Birnkraut, Moderator: Ralf Garten
14 The development of self-help networks among migrant women* using the example of the establishment of women* migrant organizations in Germany. Kimberly Vindas Rojas and Fernanda Costa M. Nunes
31 Good Leadership Practices of NGOS Managers throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic in Columbia. Mayra Alejandra Martin Espinosa