Modelling progressive funding – what did we learn?
In the final blog of the series, Kate Newman reflects on our findings about modelling progressive funding.
Levelling the playing field: helping to foster a healthier funding environment in Latin America
Juan Lozano, CEO of social enterprise Innpactia, explores their approach to progressive funding.
Event summary: modelling progressive funding (January 2023)
Download an extensive summary of INTRAC’s online event on modelling progressive funding.
Civil society perspectives: experience and advice from a newly independent NGO in Mozambique
Paul Knipe speaks with Luize Guimaraes of MUVA about the transition from INGO project to independent NGO.
Civil society perspectives: Burma’s civil society in exile
Paul Knipe speaks to an exiled activist about the situation for civil society in Burma.
Analysing the relationship between domestic resource mobilisation and civic space
Our latest blog post launches the findings of a scoping study carried out by INTRAC with financial support of the Civic Engagement Alliance through the Wilde Ganzen Foundation.
Scoping study – Analysing the relationship between domestic resource mobilisation and civic space (full report and brief)
With the financial support of the Civic Engagement Alliance (CEA) through the Wilde Ganzen Foundation, INTRAC has produced two new resources exploring the existing evidence that demonstrates how generating resources and support from domestic sources can expand the space for CSOs to advocate for citizens’ rights.
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 […]