Guidance and FAQs on how UK NGOs can tap into EU funding streams as a "third country".
As the UK exits the European Union, we have the chance to redefine what role we play on the world stage. But the right steps need to be taken to ensure “Global Britain” is a success.
The government won’t realise its vision of a global Britain if DFID is scrapped or merged with the FCO.
Following a fact-finding mission to the UK, here are 4 key findings from the Council of Europe’s report on the NGO role in policy making.
With no-deal brexit still a very real possibility, what can UK NGOs do to ensure they get access to DFID’s assurance policy?
After a turbulent week in British politics, we look at the prorogation of parliament, what happens next and what it means for international development.
The UK’s agreed date to leave the European Union on 31 October 2019 is fast approaching. What can NGOs do to prepare?
We look at some of the front-runners in the Conservative Party’s leadership contest, and analyse the implications for international development.
Some key areas for the new secretary of state for international development, including the SDGs, safeguarding and the future UK-EU development relationship.