Successful Brexit negotiations vital to protect world’s poorest
The UK government’s commitment to underwrite EU humanitarian funding is welcomed but a post-Brexit agreement needs to ensure that collaboration and shared learning between UK and EU CSOs can continue.
Why worry about Brexit? The funding risks of inertia for UK CSOs
UK CSOs need mitigation strategies to survive a possible shortfall in EU annual funding as high as €356.9 million, shows Bond's new research.
An international development charter for the UK’s exit from the EU
We lay out six key principles to get the best deal for the world’s poorest people from the UK’s departure from the EU.
Brexit brings challenges, opportunities and unanswered questions for those working in international development and the UK at large.
We've brought together useful resources, views and the latest news on Brexit to help you understand and navigate this time of uncertainty.
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Brexit resources, news and views
To the point: UK-EU coordination for the poor
Tamsyn Barton on UK-EU development coordination after Brexit.ECDPM 21 June 2018
The EU beyond 2020 Future Development Instruments: A UK Perspective
This paper looks at future development instruments and cooperation between the EU and the UK.DFID 2 March 2018
Wales, Brexit and Environmental Law
The UK Environmental Law Association's report highlights the challenges that will need to be faced in developing environmental law in Wales after Brexit.UK Environmental Law Association 18 October 2017
Brexit Risk Tracker
Most of the UK’s environmental protections stem from EU law and so could be changed as a result of Brexit. Greener UK has created a Brexit Risk Tracker to show which policy areas are more secure, and which are most at risk.
Brexit and Open Government in the UK: 11 Months of May
This paper examines how Brexit has influenced the UK’s transparency regime and how, in turn, will openness shape the UK’s Brexit process.Birkbeck College 20 June 2017
EU Infrastructure Funding Post-Brexit
This symposium is an opportunity to strengthen understanding of the implications, risks and opportunities for local and regional infrastructure funding and development, following the UK’s secession from the European Union.Public Policy Exchange 30 May 2017
Draft EU position papers on Article 50 negotiations
The European Commission have produced two draft working paper's for Article 50 negotiations, addressing 'Essential Principles on Citizens' Rights' and 'Essential Principles on Financial Settlement'.European Commission 29 May 2017
Brexit and UK International Development Policy
This article explores the implications of Brexit for the UK and the EU's development policies and strategic directions, focusing on the former.The Political Quarterly 9 April 2017
How Brexit will affect charitable giving
UK - Charities Aid Foundation head of research Susan Pinkney says ‘no one really knows’ how Brexit will impact charitable giving, but the signs are not as pessimistic as doomsayers might imagine.Research Live 15 March 2017