Praxis Note 73. Click! Using YouTube as a training tool
“Click! Using YouTube as training tool” is a new Praxis Note by Rod MacLeod, which explores the exciting potential of YouTube as a tool for the innovative trainer. It covers both how to use a video in the context of an effective training and also suggests particular clips under topic headings.
Praxis Paper 30. Monitoring and Evaluating Training: Challenges, opportunities and recommendations
Do training courses really make any difference to people’s ability to do their jobs or to the quality of their […]
‘Influencing and Supporting Change in Complex Contexts’ Face to Face training in Nairobi
In January 2015 INTRAC developed and ran a training course in Nairobi, Kenya, in partnership with the Policy and Advocacy […]
Support for Concern Worldwide’s Strategic Planning Process
In the lead up to Concern Worldwide’s strategic plan, INTRAC produced a paper on INGO Futures, which examined future scenarios […]
Capacity Building Support for Sisters of St Louis West Africa
INTRAC has a strong track record of working with faith-based organisations in development and has, over the years, undertaken a […]
Dutch Consortium for Rehabilitation Advocacy training
INTRAC and the Dutch Consortium for Rehabilitation (DCR) have worked together to strengthen advocacy capacity within DCR programmes and partners […]
Praxis Paper 27. Research in Action: civil society working to improve governance in post-conflict Kyrgyzstan
This Praxis Paper is based on the results of the Analytical Skills Training Programme (ASTP) conducted in Southern Kyrgyzstan from June 2011 to January 2012.
Developing Organisational Capacity Assessment & Development of CSOs, Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus
This consultancy supported the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ ‘Programme for democratisation, human rights and civil society development in Ukraine, […]