This week in e-CIVICUS


  • Faith-based economics. Faith-based politics - Ingrid Srinath, Secretary General, CIVICUS
  • Emerging economies and the development aid discourse - Mandeep Tiwana, Policy manager, CIVICUS
  • CIVICUS World Assembly Workshop: Do NGO self-regulation mechanisms work? - Adele Poskit, Policy Officer, CIVICUS

Members' Corner

  • Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition


  • US must learn from Britain and not cut foreign aid
  • 'Counterproductive' crackdown, but Syria's opposition must show credibility
  • Malawi: Civil society leaders want ICC to prosecute Bingu wa Mutharika
  • Cloud over preparations for COP17

 Voices on the road to COP17

  • Greenpeace: The relentless fight to save the globe - Melita Steele, Climate and Energy Campaigner, Greenpeace Africa, speaks to Elizabeth Hira of CIVICUS

Get Involved

  • Catch the wind! Make a wish!
  • Syria: stand with the protesters

Resources and Opportunities

  • What's Wrong with Aid? It's not Local
  • A Toolkit on the Freedom of Information and Women's Rights in Africa
  • Guidelines on Freedom of Peaceful Assembly, Second Edition
  • G20 civil society event:  People First, Not Finance Alter-Forum, 1- 4 November, Cannes
  • 2011 UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh prize for the promotion of tolerance and non-violence


  • CIVICUS -  Director of Operations/Chief Financial Officer (application deadline 8 August 2011)
  • Ford Foundation - Programme Officer, U.S. Transparent Effective Accountable Government
  • Counterpart International - Director of Civil Society strengthening (application deadline 15 August 2011)
  • UNDP - Consultant: Strategic Civil Society Development Programme (application deadline 14 August 2011)

And loads more!
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