Learning and exchange on organisational development for sustainability workshop
INTRAC joined colleagues from the Open Society Foundations, the International Step by Step Association and 16 organisations across Europe and Central Asia at their "Learning and exchange on organisational development for sustainability" workshop in Bucharest. Click to know more!
INTRAC strategy 2015-2020
Civil society means people coming together, mobilising, and organising themselves to bring positive change locally, nationally and globally. Download you free copy of our strategy 2015-2020 to find out how we will be supporting civil society over the next five years.
We are recruiting!
INTRAC is recruiting a Middle East North Africa Principal Consultant with demonstrated experience to deliver capacity building focused consultancy, and management experience at a senior level in the Middle East and North Africa Region. Click for details on how to apply
Free webinar - Supporting the sustainability of civil society: feedback from dialogues in West Africa and MENA
Join our free webinar on supporting the sustainability of civil society on Wednesday 9 December and learn more about our regional dialogues in West Africa and MENA. Click to know more!
Civil society sustainability in West Africa workshop
INTRAC and WACSI are jointly organising a workshop on sustainability in West Africa on the 17 November in Accra. The overall objective of the workshop is to explore the challenges civil society practitioners and organisations face around sustainability and how civil society organisations are responding to these challenges.
INTRAC at the Takaful conference on Arab Philanthropy and Civic Engagement
INTRAC is leading a roundtable discussion regarding “Civil Society Sustainability and Philanthropy in the Middle East” as part of the annual Takaful conference organised by the AUC’s Gerhart Centre in Cairo which is taking place November 4-5, 2015 in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The roundtable discussion will include short reflections from researchers, civil society supporters and practitioners from the region and aims to stimulate discussion and debate amongst participants.
New Research Project: Can a performance index provide meaningful accountability in Tanzania?
"If you give people a voice then they will be able to hold leaders to account and put pressure on them to take decisions that will improve public services and reduce poverty". This three year research (2014-7) by the University of Mzumbe, in partnership with FCS and INTRAC, is exploring the viability and value of creating a local governance performance index that will stimulate greater public engagement in holding local leaders and institutions to account in Tanzania.
Tailor-Made-Training on Strategic Planning and Management Skills for Sisters of St Louis, Nigeria
We have just completed a tailor-made training requested by the Sister's of St Louis on Strategic Planning and Management. Read on for all the details.
Review of Performance, Accountability and Learning for Greenpeace International
In April, INTRAC began a review of Greenpeace International's Performance, Accountability and Learning (PAL) Team, the report for which has just been completed.