Praxis Series Paper No 3. Strategies for civil society sustainability. Social enterprise development in Kyrgyzstan
This paper provides an example of attempting social enterprise in a country beset by economic and political problems.
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.
Building sustainability of the Step by Step Network
Funded by the Open Society Foundations’ Early Childhood Programme (ECP), INTRAC has been providing support to strengthening the organisational and […]
Strengthening civil society capacity in rural areas of Kyrgyzstan
This GIZ funded project had the overall objective to build the sustainability and capacity of civil society in Kyrgyzstan, in […]
ONTRAC 60. Finding space to manoeuvre: local and national CSOs in complex and politically charged contexts
This issue of ONTRAC convenes views from four local/national civil society organisations on how they operate in complex and politically charged contexts, and how they would want external actors to support them.
Go through the door marked ‘Exit’ to reach sustainable development
By Rick James. We’ll never reach sustainable development until we take exit more seriously. So many NGOs pay lip-service to […]
Briefing paper 42. Civil society under fire. Three big questions for peacebuilders working with local civil society
Around the world, substantial resources are dedicated to strengthening local and national civil society groups as a means of developing peaceful societies and preventing a return to violent conflict. Yet the emphasis on civil society within peacebuilding policy and practice has come under fire in recent years.
Why space and context matter: The importance of being place-sensitive
By Suzanne Hammad. Civil society organisations can be well resourced and legitimate with established structures and strong leadership, yet still […]