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DFID update on civil society review and future funding

Read the latest on delays to publication of the DFID CSPR. Plus: what would Brexit mean for development? And how can we keep the commitment to "leave no one behind"?
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Update on DFID Civil Society Partnership Review

Following an extensive consultation during 2015, the CSPR intends to define DFID's future objectives, approach and instruments for its partnerships with civil society. Frustratingly, the publication of the review has been pushed back on several occasions. We have recently received an update from the Secretary of State for International Development, which we have been asked to share with the Bond network...

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Debate: can Britain be a global leader outside the EU?

Monday 6 June 2016, 6-7pm | ODI, 203 Blackfriars Rd, London SE1 8NJ

What effect would leaving the EU have on UK's ability to achieve its foreign policy, development and security objectives? Co-hosted by Bond and ODI, this event convenes opinion leaders from all sides of the debate to explore whether the UK can maintain its global leadership position if it forged its way forward independently from the EU.

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Leaving no one behind: putting marginalised people at the forefront of the Sustainable Development Goals

The commitment to "leave no one behind" is firmly embedded in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This paper explores how member organisations of the Bond SDGs Group are building this commitment into their work; the possible implications for programming, policy, funding and resourcing; and the similarities and differences between the various approaches being taken.

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Learn the tools that are central to success in budgeting and project management

Last chance to book one of the few places left on Project budgeting essentials (14 June) and Managing the project cycle (15-16 June). Also coming up in June and July are our highly practical funding courses. Book now for Fundraising from institutions (29-30 June), Applying for and managing DFID funds (4-5 July), and Managing EC contracts and reporting on EC grants (11-12 July).

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Jonathan Cohen appointed Executive Director of Conciliation Resources

Jonathan joined Conciliation Resources in 1997 and has previously served as Caucasus Programme Director, Director of Programmes and most recently Acting Executive Director. Jonathan has been appointed as Executive Director following the departure of Andy Carl after twenty-one years at the helm.

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Graduate Development Programme Placement x 2

Unicef UK | London | Closing date: 9 June 2016

Unicef UK is looking for recent graduates to join their new Graduate Development Programme. Over 12 months you’ll undertake two six month placements in different teams, providing you with an excellent platform to kick start your career in the voluntary/international development sector.

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