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Legitimacy and financial sustainability of CSO network organisations

Financial sustainability is central to CSO network organisations’ resilience and effectiveness, and it could potentially affect their legitimacy. It affects both the networks’ viability and the ability to autonomously implement members’ priorities, including lobby and advocacy (L&A) work.

This study, initiated by Watershed, addresses both the legitimacy and financial sustainability of CSO network organisations.

A separate summary document is available.

TitleLegitimacy and financial sustainability of CSO network organisations
Publication TypeResearch Report
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsLande, L. van den
Pagination52 p. : 7 tab.
Date Published09/2020
PublisherIRC/Watershed
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

Financial sustainability is central to CSO network organisations’ resilience and effectiveness, and it could potentially affect their legitimacy. It affects both the networks’ viability and the ability to autonomously implement members’ priorities, including lobby and advocacy (L&A) work.

This study, initiated by Watershed, addresses both the legitimacy and financial sustainability of CSO network organisations.

A separate summary document is available.

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