Development and advocacy
Maria Teresa Diokno-Pacual
NGOs and advocacy: how well are the poor represented
The international anti-debt campaign: a Southern activist view for activists in "the North" and "the South"
Human rights and religious backlash: the experience of a Bangladeshi NGO
Mohammad Rafi and A.M.R. Chowdhury
Disaster without memory: Oxfam's drought programme in Zambia
K. Pushpanath; Campaigning: a fashion or the best way to change the global agenda?
Northern NGO advocacy: perceptions, reality and the challenge
"Does the doormat influence the boot?" critical thoughts on UK NGOs and international advocacy
The effectiveness of NGO campaigning: lessons from practice
Jennifer Chapman and Thomas Fisher
Heroism and ambiguity: NGO advocacy in international policy
Northern words, Southern readings
Carmen Marcuello and Chaime Marcuello
Menchu Tum,Stoll, and martyrs of solidarity
The People's Communication Charter
Addresses of publishers
Deborah Eade 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.