ICNL publishes information on a diverse range of issues relevant to civil society – from our US Protest Law Tracker to our Civic Freedom Monitor. Our innovative, actionable research and analysis touches on a wide range of issues facing civil society across the world. We invite you to explore our extensive collection of ICNL produced reports, studies, and other publications.
ICNL Research & Publications
U.S. Protest Law Tracker
Follows initiatives at the state and federal level that restrict the right to protest in the United States.
Civic Freedom Monitor
Up-to-date information on international civil society law in more than 50 countries and 8 multilateral organizations.
Global Trends in NGO Law
ICNL’s review of legal trends affecting civil society from legal experts around the world.
Philanthropy Law Reports
This series provides in-depth information on national laws and regulations affecting philanthropy in nine countries, serving as a practical guide for the philanthropic sector and the nonprofit world.
Global Grantmaking Country Notes
Reports on the legal framework of nonprofit organizations in select countries to assist U.S-based international grantmakers.
International Journal for Not-for-Profit Law
ICNL’s former journal of analysis on global civil society. IJNL addressed legal topics as well as social, cultural, political, and economic issues affecting the legal enabling environment.