CSOs – General

Booklets for Civil Society Organisations in Timor Leste
comprising:

Introduction to the Series

  1. Being an NGO in East Timor – Identity and Values
  2. Mission, Vision, Strategy, Program
  3. Structures and System
  4. Skills and Abilities
  5. Material and Financial Resources
  6. Managing a Project or Grant
  7. Managing People
  8. Working in Partnerships
  9. Preparing and Reporting on a Budget
  10. Managing a Community Project
  11. Working with the Government
  12. Advocacy

Produced by Richard Holloway for Catholic Relief Services, Timor Leste 2002

 

The Nature of Civil Society in Bangladesh:
Paper for UNICEF.1992, Dhaka

Clarifying “Civil Society” for Malaysian Citizens
By Richard Holloway (overhead projections)

The Civil Society Toolbox – explanations and resources for Civil Society Organisations
comprising:

  • The Evolution of the Term “Civil Society”
  • Understanding Civil Society
  • Understanding Civil Society Organizations
  • Civil Society Organizations and Government
  • Civil Society Organizations and Business
  • Financing Civil Society Organizations
  • Managing Civil Society Organizations
  • Civil Society Organizations and the Law
  • Networking amongst and Supporting of Civil Society Organizations
  • Advocacy in Civil Society Organizations
  • Assessing Civil Society Organizations
  • Organizational Development of Civil Society Organizations
  • Human Resource Development in Civil Society Organizations
  • Civil Society Organizations and Participation
  • Civil Society Organizations and Democracy
  • International Assistance to Civil Society
  • Accessing the Ongoing Adventures of Civil Society – organizations, resources, and others tool boxes

by Richard Holloway for Pact Inc. 1997

 

Freeing the Citizen’s Sector from Global Paradigms – and trying to get a grip on the moral high ground
By Richard Holloway

Mapping Civil Society: who’s there, who’s where, and how they relate to each other
Presentation by Richard Holloway of Pact

Not all Citizens are Civil: clarifying and mapping the actors in Civil Society
By Richard Holloway

 

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