“Brazilian private sector has paused its social investment”: says Fernando Alves, CEO of the Citizen Network
Fernando Alvez, CEO of Brazilian NGO, Citizen Network (Rede Cidadã), acknowledges the impact of the 'impeachment' crisis and the ongoing...+ Read more
Announcing the Top 500 NGOs World 2016
For immediate releaseJune 30, 2016 NGO Advisor announces the Top 500 NGOs WORLD 2016Geneva, Switzerland - The fourth edition of the Top...+ Read more
Growing Global Investment in Cluster Munitions Despite International Bans Against Use
by Megan Burke, Director, Cluster Munition Coalition On December 12th of last year, Hussein Saed, of Al-Hayma Port, Hodaida governorate in...+ Read more
Between control and co-option: The future of civil society in Erdoğan’s Turkey
by Jessica Doyle Turkey has been at the forefront of global political interest in recent years as policy makers have struggled...+ Read more
One Week Away: Top 500 NGOs World 2016!
With the rankings to be released on Friday, June 17, we're only one week away from the 2016 edition of...+ Read more
“An Africa with greater unity and voice”: An interview with Kumi Naidoo
As the World Humanitarian Summit comes to an end, we spoke to Kumi Naidoo, former Executive Director of Greenpeace, now launching...+ Read more
“The Summit is a golden opportunity”: DRC talks WHS
For our fourth conversation in our series of interviews with NGO leaders on the World Humanitarian Summit, we spoke to Ann...+ Read more
“The world is on fire”: Mercy Corps’ CEO on the WHS
by Jean-Christophe Nothias | Editor, NGO ADVISOR With the World Humanitarian Summit fast approaching, Neal Keny-Guyer, CEO of Mercy Corps, took time out...+ Read more
“We maintain hope in WHS”: An interview with KYM’s CEO Ayşe Özkalay
Though the organization participated in preparatory meetings for next week's World Humanitarian Summit, Kimse Yok Mu (KYM) was inexplicably not invited. In...+ Read more
“We’re reaching a humanitarian tipping point”: An interview with Bruno Jochum of MSF
A humanitarian summit “has never been more needed,” but Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) decided to pull out of the World Humanitarian...+ Read more
Where Next for the Impact Movement?
by Tris Lumley The rise of the impact movement over the past decade has triggered a major shift in the...+ Read more
Are Experts Killing Us Softly?
by Jean-Christophe Nothias As the former WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy used to put it, the world of global governance seems...+ Read more
NGOs: A Long and Turbulent History
by Thomas Davies Like economic globalization, transnational civil society is often seen as a recent phenomenon. From the worldwide protests...+ Read more
Which NGOs Should I Support?
We believe that our Top 500 lists represent the Ivy League of the nonprofit sector. Each of these NGOs is...+ Read more
Top 500 NGOs Moves to NGO Advisor
With the fourth edition of the Top 500 NGOs World in the making, we at NGO ADVISOR are not only...+ Read more
(Re)Thinking the Arms Trade
by Anna Stavrianakis September 2015, ExCel Centre, London: Stop The Arms Fair activists block the road and prevent military...+ Read more
More than a Mirror World?
_by Jean-Christophe Nothias It was a flash of audacity the non-profit world somehow came to accept. Back in November 2009,...+ Read more
Introducing the New Rankings: USA and Asia
For the first time ever in 2016, NGO ADVISOR will publish three Top 500 rankings, evaluating NGOs operating around the...+ Read more