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DFID reveals lines of enquiry for sector review

Blue, find out DFID's five key considerations for the CSO partnership review, the importance of adaptive development, and what TTIP means for the UK and Europe...
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DFID announces lines of enquiry for civil society review

The Civil Society Partnership Review (CSPR) team at DFID has announced the lines of enquiry that will structure its engagement for the review of DFID’s partnership with Civil Society Organisations (CSOs).

Over the coming five weeks there will be a spotlight on one line of enquiry each week with DFID engaging both online and through face-to-face discussions (to be held in September and into October) with CSOs...

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Fast Forward >> #4: Are you ready for some honesty?

Imagine a future where there are no “development projects” addressing “development issues”. Bond's Jessica Greenhalf on the importance of adaptive development.

How do we move beyond development inertia? Initiatives such as Doing Development Differently and Thinking and Working Politically are building momentum around exactly this concern...

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Who's really profiting?

Mark Beacon, International Officer at UNISON, talks about TTIP and its ramifications for not only the Global South, but on the UK and Europe too.

Getting angry about trade is not always easy. The arguments are complicated, it can be difficult to engage supporters, and it is difficult to win against the might of corporate interests...

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Gillian Caldwell joins Global Witness
Global Witness has appointed award-winning campaigner and film-maker Gillian Caldwell as its new Executive Director. Caldwell is best known for leading WITNESS, the organisation co-founded by Gabriel to support people around the world in using video to expose human rights abuses... Read more

Creativity in the face of adversity
There is a global refugee crisis – there are nearly 60 million displaced people around the world, more than at any time since the Second World War. Creative solutions are urgently needed. Why not start by looking at what refugees are doing to help themselves?... Read more

Legal pro bono: a win-win
A partnership between a leading law firm and an INGO is a mutually beneficial relationship. While the INGO benefits from access to free legal advice as well as saving on core costs, the work provides lawyers with the opportunity to give practical advice on complex and challenging projects... Read more

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Type of projects: education for intercultural citizenship, migration and integration, intercultural awareness, addressing the needs of specific groups in promoting intercultural understanding e.g. faith-based, youth, women, media
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Closing date: 30 September 2015
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Are you interested in adaptive development? Join the NEW community on My Bond to share your experiences; highlight interesting research and learning from others; and to get information about upcoming events.

You may also want to join the NEW My Bond community on DFID’s Civil Society Review including strategic funding. This community is a place for interested parties to discuss the review, share ideas and evidence.

For the M&E wonks: “Perils of Comparing Results: interesting set of blogs”. Bond’s Michael O’Donnell shares the latest from the M&E blogosphere.

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