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 […]
Briefing Paper 41. Models of INGO Sustainability: Balancing Restricted and Unrestricted Funding
Experience tells us that financial sustainability is crucial for the long-term survival and
effectiveness of all types of International NGOs. The challenge is how to achieve such levels
of financial sustainability…
Study on support to civil society through multi donor funds
Many donors, over the last decade, have explored mechanisms for funding southern civil society more directly in country in addition […]
Evaluation of Danish strategy for support to civil society
INTRAC has been working since 2013 with Danida on an evaluation of the Danish Strategy for Support to Civil Society. […]
ONTRAC 56. Funding civil society in emerging economies
This issue of ONTRAC looks at funding for civil society in emerging economies. It presents perspectives on the new funding […]
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 […]
M&E Paper 1: Monitoring Flexible Funding: Navigating the challenges
This paper examines the debate that has emerged around the problems encountered in funding flexibly whilst trying to meet the demands for more results-based grant management .