* NGOs and the Future: Taking Stock, Shaping Debates, Changing Practice
Deborah Eade and Ernst Ligteringen.
* Good News! You May be Out of a Job:Reflections on the Past and Future 50 Years for Northern NGOs
Alison Van Rooy.
* Riding High or Nosediving:Development NGOs in the New Millenium
* International NGOs and the Challenge of Modernity
* Globalisation, Civil Society, and the Multilateral System
Jose Antonio Alonso.
* The World Bank, Neo-liberalism, and Power: Discourse Analysis and Implications for Campaigners
* Dissonance or Dialogue: Changing Relations with the Corporate Sector
* NGOs as Development Partners to the Corporates:Child Football-Stichers in Pakistan
* NGOs: Fragmented Dreams
Jaime Joseph A.
* Indicators of Identity: NGOs and the Strategic Imperative of Assessing Core Values
* Development Agencies: Global or Solo Players?
* Coming top Grips with Organisational Values
* We NGOs: A Controversial Way of Being and Acting
* Northern NGO Advocacy: Perceptions, Reality, and the Challenge
* Campaigning: A Fashion or the Best Way to Change the Global Agenda?
* The International Anti-Debt Campaign: A Southern Activistmview for Activists in 'the North'... and 'the South'
* Heroismand Ambiguity: NGO Advocacy in International Policy
* Dissolving the Difference Between Humanitarianism and Development: The Mixing of a Rights-Based Solution
* Aid: A Mixed Blessing
Mary B. Anderson
* The Local Capacities for Peace Project: The Sudan Experience
* NGOs, Disasters, and Advocacy: Caught Between the Prophet and the Shepherd Boy
* Capacity Building: Shifting the Paradigms of Practice
* Gendering the Milennium: Globalising Women
* Gender in Development: A Long Haul - but we're Getting There!
* Impact Assessment: Seeing the Wood and the Trees
* Does Matson Matter? Assessing the Impact of a UK Neighbourhood Project
* Annotated Bibliography
* Addresses of Publishers and Other Organisations
Deborah Eade was Editor-in-Chief of Development in Practice from 1991 to 2010, prior to which she worked for 10 years in Latin America. She is now an independent writer on development and humanitarian issues, based near Geneva.