Tag: collaboration

Cultivating collaboration

Louise Armstrong and Lucy Morris look at key lessons for the forming of transformative collaborations.

Assessing the Added Value of Strategic Alliances

Principal Consultant Rod MacLeod looks at strategic alliances, and how their value can be assessed.

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Organisational happiness: a reality check

By Paula Haddock. It’s International Happiness Day today and it just happens to coincide with my last day at INTRAC. […]

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 […]

Praxis Note 64. Funder collaboration: A compelling and cautionary tale

  Interest in funder collaboration has exploded in the last five years, with a huge number of reports extolling the […]

Partnerships and Capacity Building: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs

  Partnership and collaboration with other NGOs are no longer (if they ever were) a peripheral add-on to an organisation’s […]

Academic-NGO Collaboration in International Development Research: a reflection on the issues

In 2012, the Development Studies Association of the UK and Ireland funded a small project involving INTRAC, World Vision UK […]

Praxis Paper 18. Investigating the Mystery of Capacity Building

Capacity building is a mystery. Despite all the attention given to capacity building over the last decade, we are left […]