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3 steps for ensuring no one is left behind

Three ways NGOs and governments are putting the principle of "leave no one behind" into practice.

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Charity Commission introduces overseas funding declaration for UK charities

Charities will soon be required to declare income received from overseas, despite criticism from the sector. This move will have implications for many international development organisations.

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7 things we want to see in 2018

After a busy 2017, here is what Bond and our partners would like to see happen in 2018.

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Discuss the big issues at the Bond Conference, 26-27 February

Get your year off to a good start with a ticket to the Bond Conference. Hear from secretary of state for international development Penny Mordaunt, girls' rights campaigner Memory Banda and many more.

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Introduction to international development

New to the sector or fancy brushing up on your knowledge? Our unique course on 29-30 January will teach you the historical context of international development as well as the current approaches and what makes for successful development work.

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Public affairs and government relations manager

Bond | Closing date: 21 January

Lead on Bond's political work and liaise with government, parliament and civil servants as our new public affairs and government relations manager.

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The Start Free Challenge

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The programme funds replicable, local-level innovations that can reduce new HIV infections.



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Average of $25,000

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15 February
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