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Call for increase in research and funding to treat survivors of modern slavery

Addressing the mental health impact of modern slavery is essential to halt cycles of violence, exploitation and abuse.

DFID Amplify programme offers up to $800,000 to improve urban resilence

How can urban slum communities become more resilient to the effects of climate change? DFID is looking for bold and innovative answers.

Bond launches three new training courses

We have three exciting new courses focusing on advocacy and campaigning, and accessing and managing grants from DFID.

Do we still need international development NGOs?

Do poor people living in developing countries still need financial support from the international community, or is it time to pack up and hand over to local organisations?

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Facebook will beam the web to Africa – a vital first step in helping people connect
The Guardian, 20 October 2015

UN Security Council should seize opportunity to restart Yemen peace process
Save the Children, 19 October 2015

International Day of Rural Women: The hidden power remains underutilised
The Express Tribune, 15 October 2015

Statement from the Start Network on the Kunduz Hospital bombings
Start Network, 12 October, 2015

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New publication
Engaging Generation Z
Motivating young people to engage positively with international development

Are you looking to engage with a youth audience? Do you aspire to bring a new generation of supporters on the journey to becoming active citizens? This report explores the lessons learned by expert youth communications practitioners working in the UK.

Events

Engaging Generation Z

Bond will present a series of resources to help organisations better engage young people in international development campaigns and activities. 29 October 2015

Positive development stories for the classroom

As part of the European Year for Development, Think Global are working to inspire young people by bringing positive development stories to the classroom. Sign up today for a free training session. 11 November and 23 November 2015

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Funding

Big Lottery Fund: Rebuilding Communities in Nepal
Type of projects: community rebuilding
Country/region: Nepal
Grant range: up to £2 million
Closing date: 2 November 2015

The Waterloo Foundation - Tropical Rainforests Programme
Type of projects: tropical rainforests
Country/region: worldwide; UK-based charities prioritised
Grant range: £50,000-£100,000
Closing date: 1 December 2015

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