NGOs in Development
The NGO Study Group provides a forum for academics and researchers working on issues around civil society and development. The NGO Study Group has debated themes such as: research collaboration between academics and practitioners, NGOs and migration, local organisations and emergency relief, the ethnography of NGOs, and civil society and counter-terrorism. Regular emails keep members informed of upcoming events. The study group has over 50 members, and welcomes new members from the academic, NGO, and policy-making community.
We are pleased to announce that we have confirmed the participants for the Study Group Roundtable at the DSA Conference, 7 – 8 September:
NGOs as Knowledge Hubs and Brokers of Expertise in Tomorrow’s World?
- Lata Narayanaswamy, University of Leeds
- Kate Newman, Christian Aid
- Martin Walsh, Oxfam
- Teresa Hanley, Independent Consultant
- Tigist Grieve, University of Bristol
Links to Resources
Next meeting agenda:
The Study Group will meet at the DSA Conference, University of Bath, 7 – 8 September 2015 as follows:
- Monday 7 September, 11 – 12.45, Planning meeting to discuss future Study Group activities
- Tuesday 8 September, 11 – 12.30, Study Group Roundtable, NGOs as Knowledge Hubs and Brokers of Expertise in Tomorrow’s World?
|NGOs in the new global context, DSA2014||London, UK||November 2014||>Abstracts and Presentations
|Knowledge(s) in civil society organisations in development (Joint DSA and BISA NGO working group meeting)||University of Leeds, UK
||April 2014||> Programme
> ‘Knowledge sharing in action'
> ‘Getting to Grips with Evidence’
|NGOs and Development Communications in the 21st Century - DSA Annual Conference
|NGOs, Evidence, Policy and Practice||Webinar||May 2013||> Webinar Report
|The Accountability, Legitimacy and Credibility of International Development NGOs||London, UK
||November 2012||> Conference Papers|
|Cracking Collaboration – A new look at partnerships in international development research (One day Workshop)||N/A||March-June 2012||> Full details and Project Outputs|
|The Study Group was awarded a small grant under the New Ideas Initiative. Run by researchers from INTRAC, the University of Bradford and World Vision UK, the project explored research collaboration between academics and NGOs. A one-day workshop, attended by Study Group members and representatives of NGOs and DFID|
If you are interested in joining the NGO study mailing list and/or the internet forum then please contact: Rachel Hayman, INTRAC and Susannah Pickering-Saqqa
Rachel Hayman (INTRAC) Susannah Pickering Saqqa (University of East London)
01865 263 044