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Blue, is innovation a fad or a force for good? Plus: get better at fundraising, and behavioural psychology tips for campaigners...
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Anticipating and solving complex problems

Following a meeting hosted by the Rockefeller Foundation, Oxfam's innovation guru, James Whitehead, highlights the richness of experience that we can draw on in learning how to anticipate and solve complex social problems.

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Increase your chances of getting an EC or DFID grant

Book your place on our most popular fundraising courses, Putting together an EC project proposal (26-27 September) and Applying for and managing DFID funds (28-29 September), to develop practical skills and get expert insight on how to successfully apply for funding and manage your grant. To explore the "big picture" development issues, there are still a few places left on Introduction to international development (7-8 September).

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Six behavioural psychology tips for effective campaigns

Changing people's behaviour is difficult. If we want people to take sustained action in support of international development issues, we need to understand behavioural psychology and build this into our campaign design. Bond Campaigns Adviser, Alice Delemare, shares some tips for campaigners, gathered at a recent CharityComms event.

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Project Coordinator

ONE | London | Closing date: 27 August 2016

The Project Coordinator will support teams in the development and delivery of a suite of projects, ensuring they are managed utilising best practice methods and approaches.

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FEATURED FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

Fund to End Violence Against Children

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preventing online violence, with a particular focus on sexual exploitation; addressing violence in the every-day lives of children; addressing the prevention of violence against children facing conflict and crisis

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African countries

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$250,000 to $1m

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28 August 2016
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