What means Strategic Innovation to an NGO: Handicap opts for the fast lane
Paul Vermeulen, cofounder and former director of Handicap International Switzerland, is now in charge of Strategic Innovation at Handicap International...+ Read more
Fitting journalism into humanitarian crises
Heba Aly, the new head of IRIN News, describes how high-quality journalism in the field of humanitarian affairs can help...+ Read more
Top 500 NGOs Edition 2017 (World) to be announced December 5, 2016
The 2017 edition of Top 500 NGOs World is to be launched December 5, 2016. Geneva, Switzerland | October 14,...+ Read more
“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