On “getting out” and “staying in”: thoughts from Central Asia
In this newsletter extract, Charlie Buxton looks at the present situation for CSOs in Kyrgyzstan.
Praxis Note 59. Leadership, gender and youth: Reviewing the old and experimenting with the new
Gender had long been a priority in INTRAC’s programme to strengthen NGOs supporting self-help movements in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and […]
The Development of Civil Society in Central Asia
This book considers the applicability and use of civil society, both as a concept and in practice, in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, […]
ONTRAC 31. Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers: Some Reflections
Many NGOs and civil society organisations (CSOs) have been working towards the implementation of Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs). Five […]
ONTRAC 24. NGOs as part of Civil Society in Central Asia
This article sets out to explore the changing nature of NGOs as part of Civil Society in Central Asia, giving […]
ONTRAC 19. Advocacy from the grassroots
An advocate can be defined as someone who organises for a cause; a supporter or defender who argues on another’s […]
ONTRAC 15. NGO Partnerships: Balancing the Scales
Partnerships between Southern and Northern NGOs have become a key element of the development process. Whilst most NGOs are drawn […]
ONTRAC 9. Building the internal strength of urban NGO’s: the right way round or from the inside out?
How do we judge our capacity as NGOs in a realistic way? How do we know if a partner is […]