Towards a thriving, credible, and sustainable youth civil society
Youth civil society is surviving not thriving. That is the message coming from this report published by The Development Alternative […]
The Development Alternative – shifting the power to youth civil society
Sarah Lewis reflects on youth civil society effectiveness, emerging from the co-creation phase of a new programme called The Development Alternative.
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 […]
Who dares? Dealing with the ambiguities of consulting ‘with soul’ in Lebanon
Read our latest guest blog by Mireille Abi Khalil.
Graduating from consultancy ‘school’: reflections on C4C from Indonesia
Read our guest blog by Adi Wahyu Adji with contributions from C4C Indonesia participants!
It’s not just how, it’s why. An insight on sustainability in West Africa
By Rowan Popplewell. I’ve just returned from Ghana, where INTRAC and the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) hosted a […]
Building a strong and sustainable civil society across Middle East North Africa: a collaborative approach
By Rachel Hayman. When we ask people working for or with civil society organisations (CSOs) in the Middle East and […]
Social Justice, leadership and civil society: the Nigerian example
Guest blog by Felix Obanubi from SAVI Nigeria. The fundamental crisis of social justice is rooted in leadership, management and […]
Supporting learning: a study on incentives and disincentives for learning in international transparency and accountability grant-making practice
In 2015 INTRAC carried out a study for the Transparency and Accountability Initiative (T/AI) on how grant-making can encourage and […]
Briefing Paper 34. Responsibility, transparency and legitimacy of socially-oriented NGOs in Kyrgyzstan
Over the last two to three years, NGOs in Kyrgyzstan have increasingly been considering issues of legitimacy and accountability to […]