I am currently preparing an advocacy training for a group of CSO grantees of the EU’s Peacebuilding Initiative in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The CSOs are diverse in their organisational type, size, and field of expertise and include
How to work with and support CSOs in Afghanistan is highly challenging and the utmost care needs to be taken in order not to jeopardize the safety of CSO staff and their operations. There are severe limitations in Afghanistan on
I am currently pondering the development of a training, or perhaps a participatory learning process on how to work with and support CSOs in fragile states and insecure environments. From my experience of working in such places, one of
With our discussions in York of post-EU Referendum political events still fresh in the memory, I continue to be absorbed by the possible implications of Brexit for UK civil society organisations (CSOs), particularly those working in international peace and development.
Risks of working with NGOs in Kabul In the past twelve months I have undertaken a variety of assignments in training, research, and process facilitation with international and national NGOs in Kabul, working almost exclusively with Afghan NGO workers. Life