Tag: donor policies

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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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Graduating from consultancy ‘school’: reflections on C4C from Indonesia

Read our guest blog by Adi Wahyu Adji with contributions from C4C Indonesia participants!

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The crucial role of local actors in shaping Syria’s future

Guest blog by Abdulhamid Qabbani. Read, comment, share!

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INTRAC Newsletter October 2017

In this issue, Floresca Karanàsou, INTRAC Principal Consultant Middle East North Africa, discusses highlights from the Arab Foundations Forum’s annual meeting. […]

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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 […]

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Holding power to account, and keep moving!

By Michael Hammer, former INTRAC Executive director. The 2015 Paris Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, in […]

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Debating civil society sustainability

Practitioners and funders have to act now to change how they approach the long-term sustainability of organisations and their actions. […]

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What does being an evaluator have to do with the dawning era of sustainability?

By Vera Scholz. It’s unmistakably the year of sustainability. Last month, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have quietly – perhaps […]

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External Review of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation’s support to civil society in Lao PDR

The review assessed the outcome and results of SDC’s civil society support project from 2012-14. This project was developing and […]

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Decentralisation in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan was among the first post-Soviet countries to take steps towards public administration and decentralisation reform. Work began during the […]

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INTRAC editorship of Development in Practice

INTRAC has been responsible for the editorship of Development in Practice, one of the best-known journals in the development sector, since July 2010.

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Praxis Note 46. Who Needs an HIV Policy? Informal workplace responses to HIV in Nigerian, Kenyan and Malawian CSOs

  In an effort to encourage partners to adjust to HIV in the workplace, some donors are focusing on an […]

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