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#Allmalepanel: who wins the misogyny prize?

Blue, read on and find out. Plus, Save CEO steps down, Charity Commission settles case, organisations embrace complexity, and poverty is redefined... 
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News

A woman's place is in the audience

There's no excuse for an all male panel. But who wins the misogyny prize?

Save the Children CEO steps down

Justin Forsyth has announced that he will be leaving Save the Children in February after five years as CEO.

Charity Commission settles case with Cage

The settlement "has far-reaching implications for the effective regulation of charities," said Bond CEO Ben Jackson.

What does an organisation that has "embraced complexity" actually look like?

Jessica Greenhalf shares insights from a recent event on how different organisations are integrating adaptive approaches.

Defining extreme poverty

The extreme poverty line has changed from $1.25 to $1.90. How does this affect our understanding of poverty?

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In brief

Fair contracts key to Africa's sustainable development - Devex

Nepal earthquakes leave bitter legacy as children become quarry for traffickers - The Guardian

Dilemmas over the data movement - Oxfam Blogs

World set to lose fifth of remaining natural habitat - SciDev.net

Backlog of refugees on Lesbos has added further stress to a volatile situation - International Rescue Committee

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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

#fashrevtour

Fashion Revolution is visiting five UK universities to spread the word about the issues in the global fashion industry and to encourage young people to become part of the solution.

#saynotoFGM

SafeHands for Mothers will be running a series of screenings of The Cutting Tradition, followed by a panel discussion with a range of speakers.

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Funding

The ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE)
Type of projects: renewable energy and energy efficiency, gender equality
Country/region: Western Africa
Grant range: unspecified
Closing date: 31 December 2015


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