Tag: NGO research

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 […]

NGO Research Programme: bridging research, learning and practice

INTRAC’s NGO Research Programme ran for over 20 years from the mid-1990s to 2015. It started with a grant from […]

OPS 50. Shortcut to the Frontline: Supporting Local NGOs on Climate Change in Bangladesh

The impetus for this report came from a common impulse among those who work on development in Bangladesh: ‘this country […]

Praxis Paper 15. Organisational Capacity Building in Central Asia

This paper focuses on the history and current context of civil society in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, presenting information on key […]

Civil Society Participation in Policy Dialogue: European Union Policy and Practice

INTRAC conducted a joint study with the British Overseas NGOs for Development, which acts as the UK Platform for NGOs […]

Planning Assessing and Learning from Advocacy

The principle aim of this workshop for ActionAid, was to present some of the findings from a three year action […]

Anthropological Perspectives on Civil Society and NGO Development in a Post-Socialist Context

In recent years the sub-field of political anthropology, NGO-graphy, has dramatically expanded as anthropologists have begun to examine the work […]

OPS 35. Promoting Effective North-South NGO Partnerships

Partnership between NGOs based in the ‘North’ and the ‘South’  have become a key part of international development processes. Whilst […]

OPS 26. The Monitoring and Evaluation of Empowerment

The purpose of this resource document is to introduce key issues for development practitioners concerning the concept of empowerment and […]

OPS 31. The Role of the Church in Advocacy: Case Studies from Southern and Eastern Africa

The primary objective of this research has been to review the experiences and analyse the role of the mainline churches […]

OPS 25. Rising to the Urban Challenge?

The global trend of urbanisation has created serious socio-economic problems, especially in developing countries in the past three decades. Third […]

OPS 21. Exploring Diversity Issues Within the International NGO Sector

This publication captures the issues and discussions of a one day Forum on Diversity held in Oxford in May 1998. […]