Tag: advocacy

Advocacy Strategy and Influencing Skills – February 2019

This course introduces participants to the core skills needed to influence powerful stakeholders and policy processes in a range of […]

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 […]

Newly revised Online Advocacy and Influencing programme starts 16 April

This week (16 April) we launch our newly revised Online Advocacy and Influencing programme. Running over 8 weeks from 16 […]

Capacity building with NCA Afghanistan and national partners

During 2017, INTRAC consultant Bill Sterland made four visits to Kabul, Afghanistan to assist Norwegian Church Aid’s (NCA) Afghanistan office […]

Exposing the King Khalid Foundation to advocacy strategies in the UK

In May 2017, INTRAC organised a five-day study visit in Britain for the King Khalid Foundation (KKF), Saudi Arabia. The […]

Evaluation of Kepa’s role strengthening civil society

Between December 2016 and February 2017 INTRAC Consultant Cowan Coventry, along with Finnish consultant Veera Pensala, conducted an evaluation of the Finnish […]

Capacity Building for the State Accountability and Voice Initiative (SAVI) in Nigeria

Jan Knight, for INTRAC, was the Capacity Building Adviser on DFID’s State Accountability and Voice Initiative (SAVI) in Nigeria (2008 […]

Evaluation of Transparency International’s National Integrity Systems

The European Commission funded project “Regional-based approach to NIS Assessments in European Neighbourhood South – Phase II” supported Transparency International’s […]

Monitoring and evaluation of capacity building. Tracking Capacity Change

Capacity development is at the heart of how most Danish CSOs believe they make a difference in their work with […]

Towards even greater ventriloquism?

By Michael Hammer, former INTRAC Executive Director. The UK government has announced that it will shortly be inserting clauses in funding agreements […]

Praxis Note 72. Advocacy capacity building using blended learning in complex and fragile contexts

Drawing on course evaluations and interviews with participants this paper shows how blended learning approaches can provide access to high quality capacity building support in remote and conflict affected locations in a cost-effective way.

Advocacy training for PAX for Peace in South Sudan

PAX secured funding from the European Commission to support South Sudanese CSOs in influencing the process for creating a new […]

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