Tag: NGO policies and structures

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Listening, Power and Inclusion: Languages in Development NGOs

How do we ensure that language is not a barrier to effective communication?

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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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Civil Society at a Crossroads. Most significant findings

This two-page document summarises the most important findings of the ‘Civil Society at a Crossroads’ programme . It also links to the project’s major outputs, including more detailed synthesis documents and all case studies.

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The future of parliaments lies with civil society, not just electoral systems and parliamentary process itself

By Michael Hammer. The Futures of Parliaments was the topic of a recent speech by John Bercow, Speaker of the […]

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The High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda: new promises – can they be delivered?

By Brian Pratt. The long-awaited and much-hyped report of the High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda has been […]

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Civil Society at a New Frontier. ‘Civil society at a new frontier’ conference report

INTRAC’s international development conference in December 2011 focussed on civil society, economic growth and the post-aid environment. Recent world events […]

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ONTRAC 33. Aid Harmonisation: Challenges for Civil Society

Is the present focus on aid harmonisation, as embodied in the Paris Declaration, yet another attempt to marginalise civil society […]

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ONTRAC 17. NGOs Ethics, Accountability and Regulations

The passing of the phrase ‘the Value-Driven Sector’ should not go unannounced. The old notion that ‘Civil Society’ consisted of […]

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