Organizations are mandated as part of their objectified goals to formulate policies that are unbiased and geared toward the entire benefit of the society. There are numerous organizations that operate in line with this principle. Different documentaries and studies have recorded analyses and evaluations as to the viability of these organizations as far as the benefit to the state is concerned. Essentially, the state can be regarded as a large organization that seeks to protect and serve its citizens through its agents, state based organizations that are its subset. Fundamentally, a standard number of these policy research organizations seem (as depicted by their missions and activities) to focus on advocating a certain opinion. They do not necessarily support wholesomely the interests of the state but are endured with the freedom of developing a perspective and building on it. In normal circumstances, the main ideologies of these organizations arise from unclear policy creations and their operations are geared towards providing answers to the complicated or rather unclear questions in a balanced way. This means that their activities lie within a point of ideological transition between a people and its leading body.
There can be as many examples as possible depending on the ideology enforced by the organization. For instance, the League of Women Voters concerns itself with the well-being of women in the country. This emanates from the various activities and missions that govern its existence. A journal recording the influence of this organization in America has made many people believe that this organization acts on behalf of the government while, fundamentally, it only reinforces the interests of the state in as far as equality and rights of women are concerned (Way, 2014).
Furthermore, Fast Check Organization acts as an independent entity in evaluating and ensuring that the political policies aired in the country are submissive enough to include the grievances of the fellow citizens (Fact Check, 2014). It ensures that the state itself through the government of the day does not operate on bias principles. A score of resources has tabled the effect of such organizations on the continuity of the state. In fact, they act as watchtowers for the people in ensuring a state policy covers virtually a standard proportion of the country’s needs (Gillian, 2012). Therefore, these documents give an overview of the significance of such organizations and the need for their independence (free of influence from the state). In another similar document, the Tax Policy Center is hailed for the wonderful job it does in tracking not only how the tax and government funds are collected, but also distribution schemes proposed in the budget (Wallsten, 2014). They also help the government, and but also citizens in ensuring that the government of the day is not bias in any manner. A virtual objective of every state government is to ensure that its citizens get the best services from its leaders in a more ethical and bias manner. Therefore, these organizations happen to be very influential in that context.
In conclusion, it is a logical fact that the objectives of a state cannot be accomplished in one simple organization driven by a compact objective. This is the sole principle behind the existence of State Based Unbiased Policy Organizations (Weisman, 2011). Numerous documents record divergent influences of these organizations in different areas of the state’s influence through practice of leadership. However, the impact of these organizations are not limited to state intervention only, the freedom they possess widens their scope to practically any questionable policy in operation within the state (not necessarily building a conflict with state ideologies).
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