"Choosing local partners to work with is not an easy task, and is arguably even harder in places emerging from war and violent conflict"- Click on the image to read our latest Briefing Paper 'Civil society under fire: Three big questions for peacebuilders working with local civil society' by INTRAC Researcher Rowan Popplewell.Go to the resource centre
"Unless ‘exit’ is done in an inclusive and contextually specific way, it will never be locally owned.
The real challenge for international NGOs is to get others to own their departure" - Click on the image to read Rick James' second post on exit strategies and EveryChild.
We are pleased to announce our first Open Training in Nairobi, Kenya!
Influencing and Supporting Change in Complex Contexts (13-16 April) builds on INTRAC’s extensive experience of supporting advocacy capacity strengthening and civil society voice at the national level.