When we consider our strategies as a sector, how can we make bold strides towards being locally led in our long term planning? Dylan Mathews of Peace Direct poses important questions and presents crucial steps we can take to achieving our locally led goals.
Following a trip to Bogotá for the #Shiftthepower summit in December, our Anti-racism & Equity Manager Lena Bheeroo takes us through her experience of the summit, which speakers stuck with her and what she took away regarding our work in shifting power.
In his first blog for Bond, our new Locally Led Adviser, Tushar Talukdar, takes us through what is on the locally led agenda for the year ahead, and what he’d like to see the sector do to encourage progress in decolonisation.
Most groups vital to bringing about systemic change are underfunded, and intersectional anti-racist work in organisations – if it is happening at all – is often siloed. Addressing these challenges is pivotal in advancing our journey towards dismantling racism within our sector.
Transform Trade have introduced a new new ‘stories first’ approach, which uses participatory methodologies to power all their external communications on a single topic – from campaigns and communications to fundraising.
After another busy year for all our working groups, we here from the SDGs, Funding, Communications, Disability and Development, Humanitarian and People in the Picture groups about what they’ve been up to, and what they’re planning for 2024.
Why are local organisations still missing out on funds for overheads that don’t just keep the lights on but are vital to their survival? Dominic Vickers reports back on a webinar on the issue of ICR.
A reflection on the progress made in the sector in anti-racism, equity, diversity and inclusion over recent times, and what still needs to be done, from our CEO Stephanie Draper.
The RINGO project is supporting civil society organisations to move from talk to action and transform the way they work to prepare for future challenges.