I feel like I‘ve had a short world tour. Great opportunity to meet people from all corners.
INTRAC runs conferences and partnership workshops worldwide. These events promote the exchange of ideas between international development practitioners, academics, donors and policy makers from around the world.
Event outputs include videos, publications and guidelines, plus training for a wide range of organisations.
The future of large INGO 'families' in a changing development context
Friday 19 April 2013 / St Anne's College, Oxford
This workshop brought together senior staff from INGO families who are engaged in management, strategy and policy development. We invited representatives of official donors to talk particularly on donor responses towards the growth of families. The outgoing Director of Oxfam International also reflected on his experience at Oxfam.
INTRAC workshop - Aid withdrawal, partnership and CSO sustainability in a time of global economic change
27 November 2012, 9:15 -17.30 / St Anne's College, Oxford
A one-day workshop for civil society organisations, researchers and development agencies to debate issues around partnership, civil society sustainability and aid withdrawal.
Supporting civil society in Africa workshop - Innovative and effective collaboration between philanthropic foundations, international NGOs and civil society organisations
17 October 2012, 10.30 -17.30 / Baring Foundation, London, UK
A one-day workshop for philanthropic foundations and international NGOs to explore how they can work better together to support the strengthening of civil society in Africa.
This event was co-convened by INTRAC and the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF), and hosted by the Baring Foundation.
Read the briefing paper.
INTRAC 20th Anniversary Conference - Civil society at a new frontier: Challenges and opportunities presented by economic growth
5-6 December 2011 / St Anne's College, Oxford, UK
A two-day international development conference which focused on civil society, economic growth and the post-aid environment.
This conference was part of the Civil society at a Crossroads? research project which is investigating the future of civil society around the world. This is a joint initiative involving: PSO, the Netherlands, PRIA, India, CDRA, South Africa, EASUN, Tanzania and INTRAC, UK.
INTRAC's 7th Evaluation Conference - Monitoring and evaluation: new developments and challenges
14-16 June 2011 / The Netherlands
This conference, convened with PSO, the Netherlands, and PRIA, India, examined key elements and challenges confronting the evaluation of international development, including its funding, practice and future. The conference reviewed and shared new initiatives, approaches, issues and challenges to the M&E of development.
Watch an overview of the conference below!