Tag: policy

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Do NGOs need a Languages Policy? New Research on Languages in Development

By Vicky Brehm. Most of us who have worked in international development can easily come up with colourful anecdotes of […]

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Battling with obscenity: global inequality, the WEF, and lack of accountability

By Michael Hammer. There are moments when you open a newspaper and it just hits you. Did we know that […]

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Praxis Paper 28. Getting to Grips with Evidence: How NGOs can tackle changing needs in the use of evidence and research

Pressure from funders, beneficiaries, stakeholders and public authorities for the use of more advanced research skills and robust evidence has grown over recent years. As a result, many practitioners are grappling with issues surr

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Civil societies at crossroads: eruptions, initiatives, and evolution in citizen activism

By Brian Pratt. The latest special issue of Development in Practice is based on some of the interesting work of the […]

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Briefing Paper 36. The MDG legacy: social, cultural and spatial engineering

This paper provides critical reflection on the role the MDGs have played in redefining cultural, economic and spatial norms in developing countries.

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Building Trust: civil society, trade and cooperation in Cyprus – event report

INTRAC and the University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE) organised a two-day event for civil society organisations, policymakers, […]

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Evaluation of Danish Support to Civil Society Report

Danish support to civil society in developing countries is highly regarded by Southern partners as both relevant and effective. There is […]

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Praxis Note 60. Doing it by yesterday: Accelerated workplace policy development

SAfAIDS is a regional NGO that specialises in designing, packaging, producing and distributing quality HIV and AIDS information. Due to […]

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ONTRAC 45. 15 Years of INTRAC in Central Asia

This issue focuses on the Central Asian region, drawing on INTRAC’s experience of working across the five republics in Central […]

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Praxis Note 50. The means is the end: Reflections on the process of developing HIV workplace policies

“It’s too much effort. If our donor really insists on us having an HIV policy, let’s just download one or […]

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Praxis Note 46. Who Needs an HIV Policy? Informal workplace responses to HIV in Nigerian, Kenyan and Malawian CSOs

In an effort to encourage partners to adjust to HIV in the workplace, some donors are focusing on an HIV […]

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Praxis Note 45. Responding to HIV in the Workplace: The successes and challenges of working through an HIV focal point person

Change does not come easily in organisations. We need champions to make it happen – individuals with dedication, vision and […]

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