ARNOVA NEWS
SEPTEMBER ISSUE
ARNOVA Quarterly
Friday, September 28
2018
Letter from the President

"ARNOVA has had a whirlwind summer and there is no slowing down this Autumn. I could take the entire newsletter to tell you about all that is happening but I will focus on a few highlights.
We are building on successful conferences in Asia and Africa as we put the final touches on our November conference.   I hope to see you in Austin! It looks like..."

Register for the Conference

Register now and make plans to be part of this important community! Book your hotel , plan to exhibit , sign up as a volunteer , and view the online schedule all from the conference homepage. We look forward to hosting you in Austin, Texas!

Attend a Live Webinar

Register for our coming webinar, " The Changing Policy and Regulatory Framework toward Foreign and Domestic NGOs and Foundations in China" on Tuesday, October 30 from 1pm-2pm Eastern. The webinar is free for current ARNOVA members and $50 for all others.
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Congratulations to this year's Award Recipients!

I am pleased to announce the winners of each award offered by ARNOVA, to be presented at the Awards Luncheon during the Annual Conference  in Austin, Texas from November 15-17, 2018. I also want to take this opportunity to thank all of the award committees for their service in making these selections possible.
 
Congratulations to the 2018 award recipients from the ARNOVA staff, board members and committee members! 
 
Sincerely,
Shariq Siddiqui
Executive Director, ARNOVA

An Invitation to Austin, Texas

Watch the video for a preview of what to expect at this year's conference, from networking and collaboration to experiencing what Austin has to offer. You'll want to taco-bout this conference video with your colleagues!

Author's Table at #ARNOVA18

We will once again have the opportunity for members to promote their books at our Author’s Exhibit Table at the annual conference. If you are an ARNOVA member who has published a new book in the past three years, you are eligible to have it displayed at the conference. 

Best Paper Award

Papers to be presented at the 2018 ARNOVA Conference may now be self-nominated for blind review. Session chairs will also have the opportunity nominate papers during the conference. The Best Paper Award from 2018 will be announced in the summer of 2019.
Section News
Member News
By Kazanka Comfort, CEO Fantsuam Foundation
"Fantsuam foundation is a non profit organization from Northern Nigeria that executes or operates an integrated development model. At the beginning of this year my organization secured funding with a US-based founder called Peace Tech Exchange to run a project that will curb hate speech. Given the history of elections in Nigeria, hate speech tends to span conflicts. Giving a training on this and raising awareness seem a preparatory ground towards the forth coming election. This training started in early May, participants were drawn across religious/cultural divide. I think the topic is real adequate, stating 'Countering Hate Speech by Youths, Teachers and Mothers using Technology, Kafanchan, Kaduna State'. The achievement I see in this training is how a better understanding of hate speech lexicon emanates so strongly, participants realized it. Suddenly is the way they interpret these terms and words leads to being provocative and the height of conflict, they take as their responsibility."
By Cassandra Chapman
"We are a team of researchers at the University of Queensland conducting a meta-analysis on the relationship between trust and charitable giving. Having completed our review of the published literature, we are now seeking to incorporate unpublished data.
Please contact us if you have published or unpublished data that includes both a measure of trust, for example:
•Generalized social trust
•Trust in institutions
•Trust/confidence in charities
•Trust/confidence in a specific charity
AND a measure of charitable giving (donations of money), for example:
•Self-reported past giving
•Giving intentions, willingness to give, or hypothetical donations
•Archived giving behavior
•Behavioral measures of giving

If you have data that fit the above criteria, or if you have any questions about inclusion, please email Cassandra Chapman (c.chapman@psy.uq.edu.au)."
By Lisa Soares
Call for Papers for Philanthropy and Social Impact: A Research Symposium

The USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy will mark the beginning of its 20th anniversary with a research symposium that examines our understanding of the role of philanthropy in creating social impact. The symposium will be held March 14–16, 2019 at the Sol Price School of Public Policy, which will be celebrating its 90th anniversary and its long history of expertise on cross sector partnerships.
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