Recent research

Recent research

What kind of legal and political environment do civil society organisations operate in today? New research by INTRAC, conducted with EADI and the University of Portsmouth, looks at 12 countries and shows a complex picture. Click on the image for our new Phase 2 paper, Phase 1 paper, a blog post and a two-page summary.

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Latest news

Latest news

Development in Practice now has out a special double issue on endogenous development in Africa. It features 16 articles on what endogenous development is, how it is practiced, and what globalisation means for it. Topics include indigenous languages, African philanthropy, and 'wiki' approaches to collaboration. Click on the image to learn more.

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Forthcoming training

Forthcoming training

NEW advocacy course - Influencing and Supporting Change in Complex Contexts, 13-15 October, Oxford. The course provides an opportunity for participants to build their knowledge and skills and reflect on the specific challenges of these approaches in complex political contexts. Click on image for more details.

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New blog post

New blog post

Ukrainian civil society looked to be spearheading positive change when demonstrations began last November in favour of closer ties to Europe. Now organisations are struggling to maintain what peace they can in a war-ravaged nation. What happened and why? Click the image to read the post by our Eastern Europe expert.

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