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adoption and use of quality systems in the voluntary sector a study commissioned by the Quality Standards Task Group and Charities Evaluation Services by Ben Cairns

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Published by National Council for Voluntary Organisations in London .
Written in English

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Statementwritten by Ben Cairns, Romayne Hutchison and Jill Schofield with contributions from a research team at the Centre for Voluntary Action Research at Aston Business School. Research report.
ContributionsHutchison, Romayne., Schofield, Jill., Aston Business School. Centre for Voluntary Action Research., Quality Standards Task Group., Charities Evaluation Services.
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Open LibraryOL16224628M
ISBN 100719916429

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