Tag: academic-practitioner collaboration

Newly Updated Resource Database – Now Includes The Entire Catalogue Of Publications!

INTRAC has been producing publications and resources since 1994. With a focus on civil society development, concerning all areas of […]

Applying 8 principles for fair and inclusive research partnerships

Recommendations for building more equitable research partnerships that can have real world impact.

Fair and equitable research partnerships: new report and resource materials

By Rachel Hayman Publication of new research and a set of resources on fair and equitable research partnerships.

Promoting fair and equitable research partnerships to respond to global challenges

The report shares findings on challenges in research partnerships that risk undermining their international development goals, and describes eight principles for addressing them.

Respecting communities in International Development: languages and cultural understanding

Download your free copy of the final report from the project ‘The Listening Zones of NGOs’ in English, Russian and Spanish.

Respecting Communities: Languages and Cultural Understanding in Development

By Vicky Mancuso Brehm Paying close attention to languages contributes to successful development programmes, according to both international NGO (INGO) […]

Why are languages missing from the Sustainable Development Goals?

Read out latest guest blog by Dr Wine Tesseur from the University of Reading.

Towards a ‘Listening Organisation’? Listening, power and languages in international development NGOs

New research update by Vicky Brehm on the ‘Listening Zones of NGOs’ project.

Listening, power and inclusion: languages in development NGOs. Workshop report

The workshop provided an opportunity for UK-based NGOs and agencies to hear examples of issues organisations have faced around languages and power relations.

Listening, Power and Inclusion: Languages in Development NGOs

How do we ensure that language is not a barrier to effective communication?

The Listening Zones of NGOs: languages and cultural knowledge in development programmes

Please note that ‘The Listening Zones of NGOs’ project has now come to an end. If you want to be […]

Do NGOs Need a Languages Policy?

The workshop ‘Do NGOs need a languages policy?’ was co-convened by INTRAC, the University of Reading, and the University of […]