Tag: partnership

A locally rooted, globally connected network of consultants for change 

Paul Knipe explores what it will mean for INTRAC to become increasingly network-led.

Working with the RNLI on good partnership practice

Find out about INTRAC’s work with the RNLI’s international team in 2023, which had two distinct components.

INTRAC’s top five blogs of 2023 – and five you might have missed

A brief overview of some of INTRAC’s top blogs of 2023, covering a range of civil society topics.

Reality check: working with emerging civil society organisations in Ethiopia

Lucy Morris reflects on her visit to Ethiopia, to support INTRAC’s work on the Civil Society Innovation Fund there.

How have partnerships changed in 20 years?

An excerpt from a new mini-paper revisiting an INTRAC study on partnership from 2004.

20 Years On: Reflections on Partnerships

Vicky Mancuso Brehm reflects on the changes in civil society partnerships since a major INTRAC research study in 2004.

Exiting / transitioning from international partnerships: a toolkit for small NGOs

One of five toolkits created as part of the Strengthening Small Organisations with Big Ambitions project.

INTRAC Newsletter August 2019

Our August 2019 newsletter has news on our latest work, training courses, publications and people.

Praxis Series Paper No. 8. Development tool or civil society actor? Understanding social enterprise in Kyrgyzstan

Download your free copy of our new Praxis Series Paper by Charles Buxton, Mehrigiul Ablezova and Anara Moldosheva.

This Week’s Recommended Read

Following on from our newly updated resource catalogue, we will be suggesting a recommended read every week! These will be […]

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 […]

Applying 8 principles for fair and inclusive research partnerships

Recommendations for building more equitable research partnerships that can have real world impact.