Wendy Harcourt, Arthur Muliro and Stefano Prato look at the Society for International Development's (SID) activities during the last 15 years. They argue that SID as one of the first international nongovernmental organizations found itself in considerable difficulty during this period as it had to renew itself in a time of questioning and challenging of development particularly of the UN as the primary focus of international debate and policy. As insiders of the SID working at the SID International Secretariat, they outline how SID took in these years an important new direction as it began to confront the challenges raised by globalization.
|Number of pages||8|
|Issue number||SUPPL. 1|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2007|