A couple of days ago I met a friend who had returned to the field of NGOs after five years working elsewhere. She was surprised with how little NGOs had changed during that period of time. And truth be told,
A few weeks ago we woke up startled with the news of the decree of President Trump that indefinitely prohibited the entry of Syrian people in USA, and suspended for 120 days the entry of people from seven countries, majority
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has”(Margaret Mead)
Indeed, these changes in citizenship around the world occur through advocacy, which can be broadly defined as
For several years, working with others – in alliances or networking – has become a mantra for social organizations. In a globalized world, it naturally seems impossible to undertake any project by ourselves if we pretend to have any impact.
For more than a year now in Europe we have been talking about the “refugee crisis.” But in fact there is not a refugee crisis as such, but in reality, a lack of leadership and political will in Europe to
The crisis of recent years in Spain has deeply affected the NGOs in development cooperation with drastic cuts in funding, the subsequent need to realign or discontinue our projects, the dismantling of our structures and even the disappearance of many