THE EVOLUTION OF SYRIAN NGO NETWORKS: THEIR ROLE IN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE AND LONG-TERM PROSPECTS

This study is part of the larger Syrian NGO Network Engagement and Partnership Programme, carried out by International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA) in strategic partnership with UNDP Syria to deliver an engagement and partnership programme with a core group of Syrian non-governmental organization (NGO) networks. This report is an ICVA product that is supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Syria and local Syrian networks. Its overall purpose is to strengthen the capacity of Syrian NGO networks to enable them to play a vital role in joint coordination and representation by strengthening skills and capacity across a range of areas including coordination, governance, and strategic planning. Strengthening local humanitarian actors and networks in Syria and the region is key to a strong humanitarian response. International efforts should supplement – not substitute – national and local efforts.

ICTs for social and public-sector service transformation & policy review report

The Deliverable D3.5 “ICTs for Social and Public-Sector Service Transformation & Policy Review Report, a result of MIICT Project Task T3.4, has as its main goal the revision of Europe-wide literature on ICTs on public services destined to facilitate integration of regular migrants and refugees in the European Union Member States. Information from other key countries and regions such as Norway, the USA, Canada and Australia, has also been reviewed to ensure a thorough evidence base is established.