Tag: academic

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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 […]

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Sustaining and inspiring: depth in NGO actions to improve social accountability

By Rachel Hayman Should INGOs aim for depth or breadth in supporting social accountability? Back in 2012 INTRAC joined forces with […]

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Working Paper 4. Designing a local governance performance index: a problem-solving approach in Tanzania

This working paper details the process of creating a Local Governance Performance Index (LGPI) in Mvomero and Kigoma-Ujiji Districts of Tanzania. […]

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Briefing Paper 2. Can locally-developed indicators catalyse more responsive local government? Findings from the research

In 2014, the University of Mzumbe, in partnership with INTRAC and the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) set out to […]

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Improving local governance and service delivery: Shouting at the system won’t make it work!

Missed the event? Rachel Hayman shares key messages and insights in our latest blog.

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Event: Improving local governance and service delivery

CPAN, in partnership with Mzumbe University, INTRAC and the Foundation for Civil Society, is proud to announce the event ‘Improving […]

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Briefing Paper 1. Exploring development and accountability: laying the basis for a local governance performance index in Tanzania

Download your free copy of the briefing paper by Anna Mdee, Rachel Hayman, Patricia Tshomba and Sophie Bridonneau.

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Event: Improving local governance and service delivery

Join this free event on 22 June and explore the latest debates, evidence and practice on social accountability, civil society advocacy and local government service delivery.

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Working paper 3. Exploring lines of blame and accountability in local service delivery

This working paper uses field work findings to explore the context of local governance performance in Tanzania.

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Tackling the SDGs through research: how can civil society contribute?

Rachel Hayman shares experiences of impact-oriented research and new partnerships across academic disciplines.

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Listening, Power and Inclusion: Languages in Development NGOs

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

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