If you've been reading the Mail on Sunday and the Express over the last couple of weeks you'd be forgiven for thinking that most people believe using a tiny proportion of our national income to help end extreme poverty is a terrible idea. Bond CEO Ben Jackson reminds us of the many people who think otherwise.
Yesterday's Queen's speech gave a robust defence of international development, and of the government's 0.7% spending commitment. In the speech, the Queen said: "0.7%... is both a powerful demonstration of the UK's moral commitment to helping the world’s most vulnerable, and also firmly in the UK's national interest."
Join senior leaders from Concern Worldwide UK, Penal Reform International and GAIN on our new course, Business model innovation for NGOs. To help organisations stay relevant in a changing funding environment, this five-day programme supports leaders to transform their organisation’s business model and turn futures insights into new services and approaches. Book now or contact us to discuss in more detail.
UK aid has made a significant contribution towards tackling violence against women and girls in developing countries, a new report by the independent aid watchdog finds. It gave DFID a "green rating" – highlighting its significant and rapid expansion of programmes to eliminate violence against women and girls.
The summit, hosted by the UK government, pledged to step up global action to expose, punish and drive out corruption in all walks of life. Members of the Bond network welcomed commitments to make more financial information publicly available, but were disappointed that the UK government did not use the opportunity presented by the summit to tackle secrecy in British tax havens.
Matt rejoins the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) UK as its new Chief Executive Officer, having previously held the position of Director of Programmes.For the last three years, Matt has led the foundation's work in India.
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