March 31, 2014

Journal of IOA Publishes Seventh Volume

The latest issue of the Journal of the International Ombudsman Association delves into the source of the Ombuds' professional value. JIOA Editor David Miller explains, “I am an Ombudsman because I value — indeed, I am proud to occupy — a role in which I may serve others, and which is founded on principles and standards. It is more than just a job because, in its appropriate execution, Ombudsmen embody values underlying those principles and standards that I find admirable.”

The issue includes these articles:
  • “Interview with a Pioneer: Alan Lincoln, Founding Editor of the Journal of the International Ombudsman Association” by Tom Sebok;
  • “Courage in Ombuds Work” by Cynthia Joyce;
  • “Prepared to be Valuable: Positioning Ombuds Programs to Assure Their Worth” by Andrea Schenck and John W. Zinsser; and
  • “I Was Just Thinking About Ombuds Questioning Authority” by Don Noack.
(JIOA 7:1.)

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