In this article, Grace Boone of CDA Collaborative Learning, part of the “Stopping As Success” consortium, discusses capacity development in transitions, particularly focusing on the theme of psycho-social support for local actors given on behalf of INGOs during the transition. “Local staff [of INGOs] were critical and young. They clashed with the approaches of INGOs … Continue reading Capacity development in international transitions: can it be used to shift the norm?
In this article, Salem Osseiran of Peace Direct, part of the “Stopping As Success” consortium, discusses the theme of community agency in transitions, reflecting on a recent case study research visit to Bangladesh. “Stopping As Success” has, over the past two years, examined the foreign aid environments in more than a dozen countries, looking at … Continue reading “If the forest survives, we survive”: locally-led development in Bangladesh