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The development organisation of the future?


We ran an experiment using a fictional NGO to get organisations to think about how they need to change if they are to stay relevant in a rapidly changing world.

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Labour’s priorities for international development: highlights and insights


Labour launched its new vision for international development on 26 March, highlighting the party's key priorities and announcing 34 actions it would take if it were in government.

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What do the government’s departmental plans tell us about the SDGs?


Despite the government reaffirming its commitment to delivering the SDGs, only two departmental plans refer to the Goals.

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We’ve gathered essential information, resources and training to support members to drive up safeguarding standards across their organisations.

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Project management week - 4-8 June


Our popular project management courses return in June: find out how to plan and run a project on 4-5 June, understand logic and logframes on 6-7 June and gain an internationally-recognised qualification on 8 June. Book now for a 10% earlybird discount and book on to all three for a further 10% off.

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Building a just future – transformational change leadership


As power shifts south, leadership based on community action and rights will be central to sustainable change. What does this mean for those who support or resource such efforts?

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Programme officer


Opportunity International UK | Closing date: 26 April

The programme officer will manage existing projects in Agriculture, WASH and Education.

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The Conservation, Food and Health Foundation


Location: worldwide | Opening date: 1 July

The Conservation, Food and Health Foundation seeks to protect natural resources, improve the production and distribution of food, and promote public health in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.

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