361 Social problems and services

Systematik der Teilbibliothek Sozial- und Gesundheitswesen

"Ein kleiner Teil der Bestände der Fachbibliothek Sozial- und Gesundheitswesen ist nach der unten stehenden früheren Systematik der Teilbibliothek Fachbereich IV, Sozial- und Gesundheitswesen aufgestellt. Es handelt sich hierbei um ältere, nur noch schwach genutzte und deshalb in unser geschlossenes Magazin ausgelagerte Medieneinheiten. (...) Diese frühere Systematik der Fachbibliothek Sozial- und Gesundheitswesen ist für unsere Klassifizierungsarbeit heute nicht mehr relevant.

"A small part of the library's social and health care system is organized according to the previous system of the sub-library, Department IV, Social and Health Care, which is older, only weakly used and therefore outsourced to our closed magazine. (...) This former system of the specialized library of social and health care is no longer relevant for our classification work. New entries are classified according to the Regensburger Systematik (RVK) since mid-2012 and - like the majority of the collections of our university library, Also freely accessible according to this system. "

Humanterm

"Humanterm es el resultado de un proyecto de I+D+i realizado con financiación de la Universidad Europea de Madrid con una duración de un año (2012-2013). El objetivo general del proyecto Humanterm es la creación de un glosario terminológico plurilingüe (español-inglés-francés-chino-ruso) para la traducción en el ámbito humanitario que contribuya a mejorar la escasez de recursos electrónicos. Este objetivo se desglosa, a su vez, en dos subobjetivos: • Crear un glosario terminológico plurilingüe a partir de la información contenida en los documentos del ámbito humanitario recopilados.

"Humanterm is an R&D Project funded by the Universidad Europea de Madrid for a year with the aim of creating a terminological multilingual glossary for translators working in the humanitarian field. More specifically, Humanterm concentrates in: • Compiling documents for term identification and extraction • Uploading these terms into a collaborative platform that allows for public access and collaboration."

New Zealand Standard Classification of Non–Profit Organisations

"The New Zealand Standard Classification of Non–Profit Organisations (NZSCNPO) has been developed to assist in the study of the non–profit sector in the New Zealand context. Designed to meet the requirements of the satellite account for non–profit institutions (NPISA), the classification may be applied by various organisations throughout New Zealand to encourage standardisation and data comparability. The classification is based on the International Classification of Non Profit Organisations (ICNPO) to ensure international comparability of data on non–profit organisations.

"The New Zealand Standard Classification of Non–Profit Organisations (NZSCNPO) has been developed to assist in the study of the non–profit sector in the New Zealand context. Designed to meet the requirements of the satellite account for non–profit institutions (NPISA), the classification may be applied by various organisations throughout New Zealand to encourage standardisation and data comparability. The classification is based on the International Classification of Non Profit Organisations (ICNPO) to ensure international comparability of data on non–profit organisations.

The International Classification of Non-profit Organizations

"Non-profit institutions in the satellite account are classified by primary area of activity according to the International Classification of Non-profit Organizations (ICNPO). It is the classification system recommended in the United Nations (UN) Handbook on Non-profit Institutions in the System of National Accounts. The ICNPO system groups organizations into 12 major activity groups, including a catch-all 'not elsewhere classified' category. These 12 major activity groups are further divided into 24 subgroups. Satellite account estimates are published at the major group level."

Philanthropy Classification System

"In 2012, in order to better meet the needs of the philanthropic sector, the Foundation Center began an extensive revision of our Philanthropy Classification System (PCS), reexamining both the terms included in the taxonomy and the overall structure. The goal was not to create yet another standard, but to work towards creating a more broadly adopted standard that more accurately reflects the work of the field and can serve as a more relevant tool for a 21st Century global philanthropy community.

"In 2012, in order to better meet the needs of the philanthropic sector, the Foundation Center began an extensive revision of our Philanthropy Classification System (PCS), reexamining both the terms included in the taxonomy and the overall structure. The goal was not to create yet another standard, but to work towards creating a more broadly adopted standard that more accurately reflects the work of the field and can serve as a more relevant tool for a 21st Century global philanthropy community.

National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities

"The National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) system is used by the IRS and NCCS to classify nonprofit organizations. It is also used by the Foundation Center to classify both grants and grant recipients (typically nonprofits or governments). NCCS and the IRS use the NTEE-CC system, described below, while the Foundation Center uses a slightly different version with more codes, as well as 'population/beneficiary' codes to indicate the type of population served and 'auspice' codes to indicate religious or governmental affiliation.

Classification of the Purposes of Non-Profit Institutions Serving Households

"In principle, COPNI classifies individual outlays of NPISHs according to the purpose they serve. In most countries, however, there is little information about the activities of NPISHs and so, for practical reasons, the NPISHs themselves will usually constitute the units of classification. Many, perhaps most, NPISHs have a single purpose and can be unambiguously allocated to one of the purposes listed in the classification.