International Non-governmental Organizations (INGOs) face difficult choices when choosing to
allocate resources. Given that the resources made available to INGOs fall far short of what is
needed to reduce massive human rights deficits, any chosen scheme of resource allocation requires
failing to reach other individuals in great need. Facing these moral opportunity costs, what moral
reasons should guide INGO resource allocation? Two reasons that clearly matter, and are
recognized by...[Show more]
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