• Upcoming events:

    The next Lunch and Learning is scheduled for:
    • Friday 12/5: ICNL Resources to improving the legal environment for civil society with ICNL

    • Legal environment for Civil Society: 12.05.2023

      Theme: Resources for improving the legal environment for civil society with ICNL (International Center for Not-for-Profit Law)

      Learn about the work of ICNL (International Center for Not-for-Profit Law) to improve the legal environment for civil society, philanthropy, and public participation around the world. ICNL’s work is based on a vision in which all people have a safe legal space to join together and improve their lives. ICNL develops long-term relationships with civil society, governments, and the international community to strengthen civic space.

      ICNL provides up-to-date, freely accessible information about issues shaping the legal environment for civil society, philanthropy, and public participation. ICNL’s international staff and network of experts produce innovative research and legal analysis. ICNL publishes reports and data on topics relevant to civil society, including the Civic Freedom Monitor, Digital Legal Library, Philanthropy Law Reports, and thematic portals.

      ICNL will present an overview of global trends affecting civil society and a snapshot of ICNL’s rich resources that you as development partners can use when analysing the context and preparing relevant civil society interventions.

      Read more about ICNL on https://www.icnl.org/

      Target group: Open for both CISU members and their partners-organisations.

    • State of Civil Society 2023 Report: 15th of March

    • Fighting internet shutdowns: 18.11.2022

    • Afrobarometer: 23.09.2022

      23/9: Why is Afrobarometer relevant for civil society?

      Mavis Zupork Dome, National Investigator, Afrobarometer, will make a brief introduction to Afrobarometer followed by questions and answers from participants.

      Afrobarometer is "a pan-African, non-partisan survey research network that conducts public attitude surveys on democracy, governance, the economy, and society. It is the world’s leading source of high-quality data on what Africans are thinking".


      Are you special interested in Mali, Kenya or Ghana? 
      Check data for a specific country:

      Try Afrobarometers online DATA ANALYSIS tool to compare data across countries and/or themes: 

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