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New report explores key challenges for world's emergencies

Blue, download the State of the World's Emergencies report, read VSO's lessons learnt on working with young people, and get the latest assessment of the SDG negotiations...
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New report: State of the World's Emergencies

The Bond Humanitarian and Conflict Policy groups provide an overview of some of the world’s most fragile situations.

The basic humanitarian needs of people affected by conflict and natural disasters around the world are increasing. In the build-up to World Humanitarian Day, Bond and a number of partners will be sharing experiences of affected people around the world, as well as hosting a Twitter chat on Tuesday 18 August... 

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Development programmes exclude youth at their peril

To coincide with International Youth Day, VSO is launching its Youth Capability Statement.

We cannot ignore young people - half of the global population is under 30, making them the world’s largest demographic. In some countries young people have opportunities to enter the workforce and contribute to economic growth. Unfortunately, in many cases young people have severely limited employment oopportunities, which leads to a further drain on the economy...

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The gavel comes down: assessing the SDG negotiations

David Taylor, on behalf of the Beyond 2015 UK Group, reflects on the final 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Two days later than scheduled, and after seven months of negotiations, 193 countries have agreed a new set of international development goals: Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development...

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More news and posts

Building new responses
There has been a lot of coverage of development aid in the UK media in the last few weeks, most of it negative. There was the Sun’s article highlighting various ‘frivolous’ projects, BBC’s File on 4 documentary, The Aid Business, examining the risks of corruption, and the Times front page... Read more

Development Initiatives appoints Martin Horwood
Development Initiatives has announced the appointment of Martin Horwood, former member of parliament for Cheltenham, as its new Director of Engagement and Impact. Horwood will be responsible for the organisation’s national and international partnerships and engagement strategies. ... Read more

Reviews of fundraising practices invite input
Following recent news coverage of fundraising methods and approaches, the government has announced that it will include measures to address this in the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) bill currently going through parliament. Two reviews of fundraising practices have also been announced... Read more

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Funding opportunities

Intercultural Innovation Award
Type of projects: education for intercultural citizenship; migration and integration; intercultural awareness; addressing the needs of specific groups in promoting intercultural understanding, eg faith-based, youth, women, media
Country/countries: worldwide
Grant range: unspecified
Closing date: 30 September 2015
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Positive Action for Children Fund (PACF)
Type of projects: youth; HIV; ANC; PMTCT and paediatric services; improving women’s knowledge of and access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH); gender equality in health
Country/countries: Nigeria; Democratic Republic of Congo; Uganda; Ethiopia; Cameroon; Mozambique; Zimbabwe; Zambia; Malawi; Angola; Burundi; Chad; Tanzania; Kenya; India
Grant range: £6,000-£300,000
Closing date: 3 October 2015
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Managing EC contracts and reporting on EC grants
9–10 September 2015

Project design: the logical framework approach
14–15 September 2015

Managing the project cycle
16–17 September 2015

Introduction to monitoring, evaluation and learning
18 September 2015

Putting value for money into practice
21 September 2015

Theory of change essentials 
22 September 2015 

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Effective civil society Twitter chat

As part of DFID's Civil Society Partnership Review (CSPR), the DFID Inclusive Societies team and Bond are hosting a Twitter chat on the theme of effective civil society.

Join the conversation on 13 August, 1-2pm, by using #DFIDCSPR. Find out more and sign up for a reminder.

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