Funding news and views

People in Kigali discussing their priorities for the post-2015 agenda
The UK secretary of state for international development announced her department as an anchor partner for the new Global Partnership on Sustainable Development and an additional £16m of World Bank support.
29 September 2015
Floor made out of coins
The body charged with regulating fundraising must be closed down and replaced with a more effective outfit with tougher sanctions, a review of the self-regulatory system has recommended.
23 September 2015
young boy leaning on a tank in Afghanistan
Increasing donations to humanitarian appeals have not kept pace with rapidly rising needs. Jenny Humphreys explains how, in Afghanistan, gaps in funding are risking lives.
15 August 2015

Funding in brief

Wake Up to Money

Penny Haslam and David Jones talk Calais and cold calling with the chief executive of Oxfam, Mark Goldring.

BBC Radio 5 Live 10 August 2015

Why We Love to Hate Nonprofits

Three common and harmful prejudices against charitable organisations, and how nonprofits can subvert them.

Stanford Social Innovation Review 7 August 2015

Earthquake response shows the strength of 200 year relationship between Britain and Nepal

Three months on since the Nepal earthquake, the UK will not forget those who are still suffering the effects of the devastation, International Development Minister Baroness Verma told an audience at the launch of the ZEE London Mela Festival recently... 27 July 2015