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Protecting civil society space | DFID's Economic Development Strategy | Facing your innovation fears

Blue, protecting civil society space. Plus, DFID's first Economic Development Strategy and challenging the sector to innovate.
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Protecting civil society space at home and abroad

A recent debate at Westminster Hall highlighted why it is crucial that civil society space in the UK and in developing democracies is protected.

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DFID publishes first Economic Development Strategy

Tuesday's paper sets out DFID's priorities for economic development. We look at the key points. 

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Facing your innovation fears

Koy Thomson, chief executive of Children in Crisis, shares his thoughts on innovating within business models and why the NGO sector needs to be challenged more.

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Sharing positive #UKaid stories

In response to recent negative media coverage on UK aid, we've collected quotes from frontline workers and volunteers on the value of UK aid. We encourage you to share.

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SDGs: our chance for real change

At the Bond Conference on 20-21 March, we'll look at what needs to be done to ensure that everyone benefits from the Sustainable Development Goals. Our expert panel includes:
- Tanya Steele, CEO, WWF
- Juliet Davenport, CEO, Good Energy
- Prof Giles Mohan, Open University
- Achim Steiner, former executive director, UNEP

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Develop your advocacy skills

Learn how to develop an advocacy strategy at our course on 27 March for anyone new to campaigns and advocacy. We're also running a course on how change happens: developing the impact of your advocacy on 28-29 March for more experienced campaigners who want to integrate evaluation and monitoring into campaigns.

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HelpAge International | Closing date: 12 February 2017

The programme funding officer will support in all aspects of programme funding, including ensuring projects are well-designed, and funding proposals and reports submitted to donors are of the highest quality. 

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