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 […]
Praxis Series Paper No.4. From an implementing partnership with local NGOs to partnering with local government
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Online global conference ‘Decolonising Development: Whose Voice? Whose Agenda?’ – 22-24 May 2017
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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 […]
Civil society sustainability and local capacity development: A case study in Cameroon. WACSeries, 2016.
Promoting local CSOs sustainability through a local and home-grown peer-to-peer capacity development process.
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 […]
Praxis Paper 17. Organisational Learning in Civil Society
This paper highlights that organisational learning requires both individual and collective learning processes which purposely contribute towards changed organisational behaviour […]
‘Taking Stock’ – A Snapshot of INGO Engagement in Civil Society Capacity Building
The last decade saw a marked growth of interest and engagement in civil society capacity building, with diverse actors involved […]
Empowerment through Intermediation: Assessing the Role of Civil Society Support Organizations
The overarching goal of development is to promote policies, institutions and capacities that strengthen the voices and participation of the […]
OPS 24. Squaring the Urban Cycle: NGOs and Urban Poverty Alleviation in Addis Ababa
Tackling urban poverty is a complex and time-consuming task. Overstretched municipal bureaucracies, confused allocations of responsibilities between local authorities, para-statals […]