Charles Buxton has been living in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, since 2002 and is director of a locally registered public foundation Books for Development (www.books4develop.org). With degrees in Russian and Sociology of Literature, he has been working for almost 40 years in the voluntary sector – 20 in UK, 20 in the Former Soviet Union. From 2002-18 he was INTRAC’s representative in Central Asia, working as programme manager, consultant and trainer with a host of different international and local NGOs. Author of three books on the role of civil society in development processes in the region, plus a number of Praxis and other papers for INTRAC.
Analytical Skills Training Programme in Central Asia
Strengthening civil society capacity in rural areas of Kyrgyzstan
Final evaluation of Central Asia on the Move (CAM) Programme 2012-2015
Assessing the performance of multi-stakeholder initiatives
Exit strategies and post-exit evaluation: a perspective from Central Asia
Donetsk, Charlie Hebdo, Fergana Valley... and civil society