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Bond Conference 2016: the countdown is on!

Blue, with less than two weeks to go until the Bond Conference, book your place today!
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Last places for the Bond Conference: book today!

Join friends and colleagues from across the sector at the Bond Annual Conference and Exhibition, 29 February-1 March - the essential conference for everyone working in international development.

We’ve created a future-focused programme to inspire you to think differently about how to tackle key sector and organisational issues, and gain new ideas to take back to your organisation.

And we've got lots of exciting speakers lined up, with Sarah Brown (President of Theirworld and Executive Chair of the Global Business Coalition for Education) the latest keynote addition to the programme.

With less than two weeks to go, book your place today.

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In brief

What is virtual reality and how can charities use it? - CharityComms

How text messages and volunteer midwives are saving lives in Rwanda - The Guardian

Ugandan elections: what you need to know - The Guardian

European leaders told to keep aid for poor people, not hosting refugees - The Guardian

Preventing conflict along Central Africa's borders - Conciliation Resources



New courses, new dates: book your 2016-17 training

Our new training programme includes several new courses.

For individual-giving fundraisers, campaigners, educators and communicators, Building new responses will take you through new research on public attitudes to development, helping you to build long-term engagement.

If you are in a leadership role, "Clear ideas" for creativity will give you a powerful model for creatively generating and implementing innovative solutions to work challenges. Book your place today.

Save 5% on three or more bookings made at the same time, and 10% when you book eight weeks in advance. Bond members get a further reduction.


Coming up

Introduction to international development
22-23 February 2016

Project design: The logical framework approach
24-25 February 2016

Applying for and managing DFID funds
24-25 February 2016

Fundraising from trusts and foundations
2-3 March 2016

Putting value for money into practice
7 March 2016

Project budgeting essentials
8 March 2016

Managing EC contracts and reporting on EC grants
9-10 March 2016

Applying for and managing DFID funds
9-10 March 2016

UK corridors of power
14-15 March 2016

Introduction to monitoring, evaluation and learning
15 March 2016

Building new responses
21 March 2016

Save 10% on the following courses by booking more than eight weeks in advance

"Clear ideas" for creativity
21 April 2016

Developing an advocacy strategy
25 April 2016

How change happens: demonstrating the impact of your advocacy
26-27 April 2016

Project design: The logical framework approach
3-4 May 2016

Managing the project cycle
5-6 May 2016

Applying for and managing DFID funds
11-12 May 2016

Introduction to international development
25-26 May 2016

Project budgeting essentials
14 June 2016

Introduction to monitoring, evaluation and learning
20 June 2016

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Bond International Development Awards 2016

Entries now open!

We think inspiring development should be celebrated. Enter now, for the chance to showcase your work at the Bond Awards.

This year we're seeking entries across six award categories. The deadline for entries is 15 April 2016 and the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 9 June at Kings Place, London.


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