In partnership with Buzzacott LLP, we present the fourth webinar in a series exploring governance principles, challenges and structure in the INGO sector.
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.
Long-term funding is a constant challenge in development. Ripple Effect is directly challenging funders to take more risks and support its innovative social enterprise model.
MzN International shares their analysis of the latest donor trends and programmatic directions from influential donors and the private finance sector.
Bond’s Changing donor policy and practice working group share how they are advocating for a new funding ecosystem that supports locally led development.
Investing in enterprise and diversifying income streams is vital for INGOs wanting to build financial resilience and adaptability in a rapidly changing world.
Could ChatGPT be a game-changing moment or will it make us double down on current ways of working that are in desperate need of change in the international development sector?
Fundraising has always been challenging, but these unprecedented times require many organisations to rethink their approach.