INTRAC launches cookbook for youth-led accountability
A new, free resource based on learning from The Development Alternative (TDA).
The Development Alternative Cookbook for Youth-Led Accountability
A free resource on how to design and run a youth-led accountability initiative.
Dialogue paper: The unique insight of young people – youth, development, and shifting the power
In this full dialogue paper, five young civil society practitioners reflect on #shiftthepower
How can the shift the power process better reflect the unique insight of young people?
In this dialogue paper extract, five young civil society practitioners reflect on #shiftthepower
Youth civil society is stronger than ever – but under threat, says new report
A major report on youth civil society to which INTRAC has contributed is now available.
Effective partnerships with youth-led civil society: a call for success stories from funders and partners
Partners and funders: help INTRAC and Recrear International identify success stories
Towards a thriving, credible, and sustainable youth civil society
Youth civil society is surviving not thriving. That is the message coming from this report published by The Development Alternative […]
The Development Alternative – shifting the power to youth civil society
Sarah Lewis reflects on youth civil society effectiveness, emerging from the co-creation phase of a new programme called The Development Alternative.
The Development Alternative Youth CSO Consultation
Are you a youth-centered or youth-led civil society organisation based in the global south? Complete our survey by 27th January to have your say on how development should be done differently.
Enabling Youth Volunteerism for a Better Future in Jordan
Guest blog by Dr. Haya Al-Dajani, Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia. Young adults aged between 18 – 30 […]
Praxis Note 59. Leadership, gender and youth: Reviewing the old and experimenting with the new
Gender had long been a priority in INTRAC’s programme to strengthen NGOs supporting self-help movements in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and […]