We are recruiting!
Whether you are a senior consultant or you want to begin your career in international development, we have three new opportunities to join the INTRAC team: we are looking for a Training Officer, a Consultancies Assistant and a Senior Research Consultant.
Civil Society Forum in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
On June 23-24 a Civil Society Forum took place in Jannat Hotel, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan in order to get together all Kyrgyz NGOs from around the country. This Forum aims at sharing different points of view concerning citizenship and participation issues and the future and goals of civil society in Kyrgyzstan.
News from the MENA region programme
INTRAC consultants Helen Collinson and Suzanne Hammad just returned from Jordan, where they facilitated a workshop on Advocacy, as part of the second phase of the British Council project Women Participating in Public Life. Click to know more and download INTRAC resources on the MENA region!
We are recruiting!
Join the INTRAC team! We are recruiting a Senior Research Consultant to develop, deliver and manage commissioned and grant-funded research, as well as capacity building support, in the international civil society sector. Deadline for applications is 10 July.
First blended learning training in Arabic!
We are having our first ever blended learning training in Arabic this week! This 4 day training on Advocacy and Policy is being delivered by highly experienced trainer Ahmed Karoud and includes online webinars, course guides, materials and coaching. Read on for all the details!
News from INTRAC Central Asia office: EBRD project in progress!
INTRAC Central Asia office is supporting the second phase of a project funded by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for Energy Efficiency in Buildings in order to raise awareness and build the capacity of local communities. INTRAC will assist with the capacity building and sustainability elements.
New issue of Development in Practice
Latest issue of Development in Practice is out! Topics include national food policies in Brazil, gender analysis and participatory analysis in Kenya, analysis of constraints in Uganda and Tanzania, dependency and development between international and indigenous non-governmental organisations, and more.
INTRAC course in Kenya!
We are pleased to announce our first course in Nairobi, Kenya! Influencing and Supporting Change in Complex Contexts has been developed with the Inter Agency Working Group for Disaster Preparedness in East & Central Africa (IAWG) Policy & Advocacy Working Group and International Federation of the Red Cross. Read on for all the details!
New ONTRAC! The role of INGOs in complex and politically charged contexts
Our new issue of ONTRAC "The role of INGOs in complex and politically charged contexts" looks at the different roles and initiatives INGOs have in ‘politically charged’ contexts, focusing on context and partnership. Read ONTRAC, download it for free and leave your comments!
“Action research: civil society activity for conflict prevention in the Fergana Valley” Final Conference
INTRAC Central Asia is hosting the final conference reviewing the results and lessons learned from the three-year Program “Action research: civil society activity for conflict prevention in the Fergana Valley” in Osh on 10-11 February.
INTRAC Central Asia projects in early 2015
INTRAC Central Asia Programme will be holding the final conference for its 3-year programme “Research in action” civil society working to prevent conflict in Fergana Valley”. We will also be working with previous partners in Kazakhstan and be involved in an organization assessment for the Step by Step programme in Armenia.
Building sustainability of civil society- workshop report
Between October and December 2014, INTRAC convened an important debate around civil society sustainability. "Building sustainability of civil society: Debates, challenges and moving forward" captures highlights from these activities. Read it here and leave your comments.
New M&E Paper! Measuring advocacy impact: Case study of a capacity building programme
This INTRAC M&E Paper documents a long-term advocacy capacity building initiative undertaken by INTRAC with Norwegian Church Aid, ChristianAid, and Church of Sweden to measure advocacy impact.