Resource hub

The hub collects resources on selected civic space topics. It consists of strategies, tools and guidelines to respond to threats and clampdowns faced by (I)CSOs as well as expert organisations and programmes that can help with a swift and suitable response.

Topics

Addressing anti-rights groups

Resources to better understand where anti-rights actors come from, what tactics they use, and what impact they have in order to develop effective strategies to counter them.
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Building narratives

Toolkits and guides on how to shape the narrative and communicate what value civil society brings and what it stands for.
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Countering digital risks

Tools to prevent and mitigate digital risks such as cyberattacks and help protect civil society organisations online.
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Developing risk management strategies

Strategies to anticipate different kinds of risks (contextual, organisational, programmatic), prevent them from happening and minimise their impact if they happen.
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Monitoring civic space

Monitoring frameworks to analyse different dimensions of and impacts on civic space. Tools to measure priorities, address changes, track and respond to key civic space trends.
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Navigating civic space futures

Toolkits and resources to learn about strategic foresight, engage in futures thinking and build strategies in uncertain times.
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Tackling impacts of counter-terrorism

Resources to better understand effects of counter-terrorism on civic space and (I)NGOs and how to tackle them.
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Tackling mis- and disinformation

Tools and strategies to counter misinformation (false information shared accidentally) and disinformation (false information spread deliberately) that target civil society organisations and communities they serve.
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Latest resources

June 2024

Toolkit for tomorrow: Anticipating civil society futures

by International Civil Society Centre

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January 2024

The Strategic Foresight Book

by IFRC Solferino Academy

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January 2024

Mapping Anti-Muslim Discrimination and Information Manipulation, and its Impact on Humanitarian Aid and Development

by Gerald T FitzGerald, George Mason University

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