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Blue, a new online campaign launches, and we ask if digital can fix fundraising and what it can do for cash transfer programming...  
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News

We Got This: new youth campaign launches

Launched as part of the European Year for Development, We Got This is an online campaign to engage young people. Here are three ways your organisation can get involved.

Our fundraising model is broken, digital can fix it

Digital is delivering for almost every industry but seemingly not for charity fundraising. Why not? Probably because charities have been resisting the change.

What can digital do for cash transfer programming?

With an ever increasing number of tools, cash transfer programming can be incredibly confusing. The Bond Technology for Development is hoping to bring some clarity.

#DFIDCSPR: 7 things you need to know

How can DFID and civil society organisations work together to achieve change? Justine Greening recently set out what she hopes the Civil Society Partnership Review will achieve.

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In brief

Women are vital to building peace and their role can no longer be ignored - The Guardian

Jump-starting the SDGs: 4 Lessons from early adopters - World Resources Institute 

Indonesia’s fires might be the worst climate change crisis on Earth right now - Grist

Do we need to think in new ways about gender and inequality? - From Poverty to Power

Supporting new approaches to Project Management in ActionAid and FareShare - The Management Centre
 

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Events

Bond Annual Conference 2016: 15% discount

Book now for the biggest ever Bond Conference! Join over 1,000 delegates, 100 high profile speakers and 50 exhibitors from across the international development sector at this must-attend event. Book by 30 November to get a 15% discount.

Connecting communicators 

Do you work in communications? Come to Bond's informal event for lightening talks and networking opportunities.

Media Trust Summit 2015

The Media Trust Summit will bring together the great and good of the charity sector, media and creative industries for a day of creativity, collaboration and debate.

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Funding

Ford Foundation
Type of projects: educational opportunity and scholarship; sustainable development; freedom of expression; gender; sexuality and reproductive justice; human rights; economic fairness
Country/region: United States; Latin America; Africa; Middle East; Asia
Grant range: unspecified
Closing date: ongoing

Comic Relief: The All In, All Learning Initiative
Type of project: children with disabilities; girls affected by sexual violence in schools, marginalised children of pre-primary age (through Early Childhood Development interventions); Improving quality of education for the most marginalised children in the target country 
Country/region: Tanzania
Grant range: unspecified
Closing date: Deadline extended until Friday 19 February 2016

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