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.
INTRAC Newsletter June 2017
In this issue, INTRAC Chief Executive, Helen Mealins, discusses governance, citizen participation and accountability. Our guest contributors, Suzana Kirandziska and […]
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.
Thinking like a business? Social enterprise and civil society sustainability in the Middle East
By Rachel Hayman. Just a year after our workshop on civil society sustainability in Oxford, we convened similar discussions in […]
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 […]
Evaluation of Wilde Ganzen’s local resource mobilisation model in four countries
In 2013-14 INTRAC carried out an evaluation of Wilde Ganzen’s Action for Children Programme. This programme helped local civil society […]