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Adaptive management | Priti Patel at the IDC | Optimising partnerships

Blue, Get the lowdown on adaptive management. Plus: Priti Patel at the IDC, optimising partnerships and Thomson Reuters transparency webinar.
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Adaptive management - what it means for CSOs

Adaptive management is a relatively new approach to tackling complex problems in international development. Bond's new paper provides insight and clarity on what it is, the contexts in which it may be appropriate, and what's required for organisations to adopt adaptive approaches. An essential read for leaders and staff of organisations working on complex problems and in fragile or conflict-affected contexts, and funders who support the activities of civil society organisations (CSOs).

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Priti Patel faces International Development Committee

Yesterday the new International Development Secretary faced Parliament for the first time; here is Bond's round up of DFID orals and her session with the International Development Committee.

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Optimising partnerships for the future

The half day event pushes the boundaries of our understanding of what it means to ‘partner’. Book now and find out about how partnering can open the door to more inclusive, imaginative and bold solutions to the many intractable relief and development issues we face. 

This is the second seminar in our new FutureFit programme to help organisations working in international development make the transition to a changing funding environment. You can also book onto Working with commercial contracts, led by commercial contracting specialist Haniya Dar-Tobin who will explain the different approaches and help you understand what is right for your organisation.
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Get your project management (PMD Pro) qualification

For those looking to further their project management career, book onto our new Project Management (PMD Pro) Certification (2 December) to get an internationally recognised qualification tailored to the international development and humanitarian sectors. 

Also running that week are courses exploring how to design your project using a logical framework (28-29 November) and plan, develop, monitor and report on a budget for funding proposals and projects. Book now for a 10% earlybird discount.
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Bond events at party conferences

This year, our party conference events will look at the future of international development post Brexit. We will discuss how to ensure that the UK continues to be seen as a global leader on international development, and how to shape Britain’s role in the world. Fascinating speakers including development thinkers and parliamentarians will challenge your perceptions and provide new insights so please join us if you can.
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Transparency in global supply chains

From September to December, Thomson Reuters are running monthly webinars on transparency in global supply chains. Focussing on bribery and corruption, illegal mining and conflict minerals, modern slavery, and illegal logging, a range of expert speakers from the private sector, civil society and Thomson Reuters will discuss how companies can address emerging risks in a holistic and systematic way while driving transparency in a complex global environment.

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Programme Development Specialist

BRAC UK | Nepal | Closing date: 28 September 2016

You will be based in the BRAC Nepal office, supporting the small Kathmandu based team to expand its programme portfolio and lead on business development and fundraising efforts from Nepal and international donors.

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