Peacebuilding may feel like a distant and rather naive idea when the war in Ukraine is fully raging, but the purpose of peacebuilding remains as vital during violence as it is before and after. Peace Direct’s Dylan Mathews tells us more.
China’s position as one of the world’s largest development financers paves new routes to development, but there are worrying trends for civil society.
NGOs in the global south often have to jump through hoops for foreign donors. They are bereft of power in many ways. How can we shift the power to make it more balanced?
100 days on, Wilton Park delivers action on scaling up sport’s contribution to the SDGs.
Three ways that international NGOs and donors can support local CSOs to lead their own development agendas.
There is a growing interest in the idea of INGOs running programmes in their home countries as well as the global south, but this approach raises a number of challenges.
The UN Association warns that the UK faces challenges in maintaining its influence once it has exited the EU, but highlights the importance of the 0.7% aid commitment to the UK’s position.
Panellists discuss the current imbalances between southern and northern NGOs and how the sector can empower southern partners.
Recommendations for building more equitable research partnerships that can have a real world impact.