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CSOs meeting to discuss the end of violence against women.

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The future of civil society organisations

Bond and others

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

The Future is unwritten.

Yet, the current challenges and opportunities brought by the COVID-19 pandemic call for a conversation over the transformations we want to see in society, and in the humanitarian, social justice and environmental sector.

In this publication, a group of leaders of civil society networks and platforms share their observations and thoughts, identifying possible directions that civil society organisations may want to go. Not everyone we wanted in the publication was able to contribute, but we will use this as a conversation starter bringing in yet more diversity of perspectives over the coming months.

Read this publication now. 

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