Eurasia Social Change is a knowledge-based organisation. As such we not only produce knowledge products, such as Briefing Notes, Impact Assessments, Manuals and Practical Guides, but also use and endorse the publications produced by partners and other colleagues.
In these pages we’re delighted to share a selection of these publications. Readers are free to download and use these resources, but we would appreciate that no materials are copied without appropriate permission and that any references to the publications are credited correctly. We also welcome any feedback from readers on the content of the publications.
Community Mobilization for Empowerment: A Practitioner's Guide (2021)
A guidance explaining the methodologies created by Eurasia Social Change in partnership with UN Women in Ukraine, available in English and Ukrainian.
Community Mobilization for Empowerment (2012)
A handbook describing the methodologies created by Eurasia Social Change in partnership with UN Women in Moldova. The handbook is available in English, Romanian, and Russian.
Community Mobilization Guide for Ukraine (2011)
A guidance text produced for UNDP Ukraine. The book is available to download in Ukrainian and English
CSOs and Citizens Participation
This handbook was produced with EU-funding for the benefit of CSOs in the Western Balkans and Turkey. The handbook is available in English and the languages of the region
Handbook for the Application of the Human Rights Based Approach
Produced by a consortium of CSOs in North Macedonia, with technical support from Eurasia Social Change consultants. The handbook is a practical guide for CSOs to understand and use HRBA. Available in Albanian, English, Macedonian, Roma.
Faith, Religion and Dialogue
An educational guide produced by the EU-funded SALTO programme, in partnership with the British Council, aimed at practitioners in the youth sector. Available only in English.
Developing and Managing EU-funded Projects
A manual for CSOs working in the Western Balkans and Turkey, produced for the TACSO programme. Available in English and the languages of the region.