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UK general election: priorities for international development

A debate between the main parliamentary parties to explore their vision and priorities for international development and the UK’s role in the world. 
31 May 2017
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Fundraising from institutions: preparing winning proposals

Get expert advice on what different donors require, learn how to match your objectives to theirs and gain practical experience by appraising elements of a proposal from a donor perspective.
12 June 2017

Webinar: The future of work in low-income countries

Explore the changing world of work in low income countries and ask how all sectors can work together to find new and sustainable paths to growth.
14 June 2017
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Enabling innovation

Get practical insights into how to lead an organisation that embraces new approaches, ideas and methods at our free half-day workshop.
20 June 2017
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Project budgeting essentials

Using practical examples, learn how to plan, develop, monitor and report on a budget for funding proposals and projects, keep track of grants from multiple donors and monitor your cash flow.
23 June 2017
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Managing the project cycle

Find out all you need to know about how to plan, run and manage an international development project, with a specific focus on the practical planning and implementation phases.
26 June 2017
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Project design: the logical framework approach

This course will take you step by step through the process of creating a logframe. You will get to grips with the logic, learn how to write useful indicators and think about how to verify them.
28 June 2017
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Project Management (PMD Pro) Certification

This programme enables you to achieve an internationally recognised project management qualification tailored to the international development and humanitarian sectors.
30 June 2017
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Introduction to international development

This course quickly brings you up to speed with the most important global issues and emerging debates in international development.
3 July 2017
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Fundraising from institutions: preparing winning proposals

Get expert advice on what different donors require, learn how to match your objectives to theirs and gain practical experience by appraising elements of a proposal from a donor perspective.
12 June 2017
Goe tiles in baskets on a goe board

Project design: the logical framework approach

This course will take you step by step through the process of creating a logframe. You will get to grips with the logic, learn how to write useful indicators and think about how to verify them.
28 June 2017
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Putting value for money into practice

This one-day introduction to value for money will build your confidence and skills of using VFM techniques when designing programmes and preparing proposals and budgets for institutional donors.
10 July 2017
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Business model innovation for NGOs

This groundbreaking programme will support leaders to create innovative, future-fit business models. It combines the expertise of strategy and innovation specialist Ian Gray and the Bond futures team.
12 September 2017
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Planning and practice in monitoring, evaluation and learning

Improve and strengthen your skills and learn more about designing and adapting different approaches and methods for monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL).
13 September 2017
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Theory of change essentials

Introduces the main elements of theory of change, explains how it complements other planning and accountability processes and provides ideas on how to get started.
18 September 2017
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Impact assessment: what difference did we make?

Provides a clear conceptual overview and very practical guidance on designing a simple, user friendly and useful impact assessment process.
19 September 2017
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Commercial contracting with DFID

With donors channeling more and more funds through competitive tenders, this course gives you the insight and tools needed to increase the chances of success from your first application
21 September 2017
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Managing EC contracts and reporting on EC grants

Demystify the European Commission’s stringent compliance rules, review your contract management obligations and get a practical handle on how to meet the EC's reporting requirements.
26 September 2017
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Innovation essentials

Get to grips with the key principles and stages of innovation, and practise using innovation techniques that can be incorporated into your organisation’s everyday work to help you develop new and better solutions.
22 November 2017
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Mission Ready: Field Security Management Online Training launch

RedR UK invites you to attend the launch of Mission Ready, an online training platform aimed at giving field staff the skills they need to stay safe.

Treasury management for INGOs

This event, organised by Mango, will cover all the major aspects of treasury management for INGOs.

#saynotoFGM - University of Westminster

SafeHands for Mothers will be running a series of screenings of The Cutting Tradition, followed by a panel discussion with a range of speakers.

#saynotoFGM - Brent Libraries

SafeHands for Mothers will be running a series of screenings of The Cutting Tradition, followed by a panel discussion with a range of speakers.

#saynotoFGM - SOAS

SafeHands for Mothers will be running a series of screenings of The Cutting Tradition, followed by a panel discussion with a range of speakers.
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Diaspora contributions to international development

Bond and Comic Relief will be exploring the contribution of UK diaspora communities to international development and sharing learning.

Peace Together Conference 2015

Concordis International is hosting their 2015 Peace Together Conference to discuss mediation techniques and processes used in high pressured negotiations.
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Social innovation workshop

Be part of an exciting collaboration between Bond and Social Innovation Exchange (SIX) looking at innovation in international development.
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Mission Ready - Remote Security Management: Launch Party

Mission Ready presents its latest online security course, Remote Security Management.The evening also features two fascinating guest speakers. Amy Price and John Tipper.

South-South Knowledge Exchange – How to make it work?

A Discussion drawing on Reflections from ELLA (Evidence and Lessons from Latin America), a programme funded by UK Aid

African women against FGM seminar

Exploring the cost of female genital mutilation (FGM) on human and economic development and the role of diaspora communities in combating FGM.

The challenge of shrinking democratic space

A discussion about the challenge of shrinking democratic space, hosted by the Bond Advocacy Capacity Building Group.
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Communications Group meeting

Join us at the next Bond Communications Group meeting to hear from a range of speakers on topics as diverse as pitching to the media, making engaging video, brand lessons, and integrated communications in a small or medium-sized organisation.

The 2015 Global Citizen Festival

The Global Citizen Festival will channel the power of hundreds of thousands of global citizens lending their voices to achieve policy and financial commitments that will shape the success of the Global Goals.
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What do the Sustainable Development Goals mean for the UK?

The Open University are hosting a series of seminars over the next few weeks looking at the UK response to the Sustainable Development Goals.

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty was designated to promote awareness of the need to eradicate poverty and destitution in all countries.

International Day for Disaster Reduction

Raising awareness of how people are taking action to reduce their risk to disasters.
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World Health Summit

The WHS brings together leaders from academia, politics, civil society, and the private sector to address the most pressing health-related challenges on the planet.

#fashrevtour

Fashion Revolution is travelling to five UK universities across to highlight the pressing issues in the global fashion industry and encourage young people to become part of the solution.
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International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict

Mankind has always counted its war casualties in terms of dead and wounded soldiers and civilians, and destroyed cities and livelihoods. The environment has often remained the unpublicised victim of war.
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People's Climate March

Join action/2015 and tens of thousands of supporters in London, and march with us for the Global Climate March.
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Media Trust Summit 2015

The Media Trust Summit will bring together the great and good of the charity sector, media and creative industries for a day of creativity, collaboration and debate. 



World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2016

The Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters engages the world’s top leaders in collaborative activities focused on shaping the global, regional and industry agendas.

UK general election: priorities for international development

A debate between the main parliamentary parties to explore their vision and priorities for international development and the UK’s role in the world. 
31 May 2017

Webinar: The future of work in low-income countries

Explore the changing world of work in low income countries and ask how all sectors can work together to find new and sustainable paths to growth.
14 June 2017
Blurred bright lights

Enabling innovation

Get practical insights into how to lead an organisation that embraces new approaches, ideas and methods at our free half-day workshop.
20 June 2017
Group of farmers planting rice seedlings together in Thailand

Effective collaboration and partnerships Twitter chat

As part of DFID's Civil Society Partnership Review (CSPR), the DFID Inclusive Societies team and Bond are hosting a conversation with eminent panellists on effective collaboration and partnerships. Join the conversation using #DFIDCSPR.

How your organisation can develop activists

This skillshare with Hahrie Han will focus on what you and your organisation can do to build networks of activists that deliver change.

European Year for Development and action/2015 summer tour

Coming to a city near you! We're going on tour to give the UK public the opportunity to join the movement for people and planet.
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Development predictions Twitter chat

Join us on Twitter and let us know what you think is the one thing that NGOs should be thinking about in 2016.

Effective approaches Twitter chat

As part of DFID's Civil Society Partnership Review (CSPR), the DFID Inclusive Societies team and Bond are hosting a conversation with eminent panellists on effective approaches. Join the conversation using #DFIDCSPR.
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The World's Best News

Don't miss the opportunity to get your free copy of the newspaper featuring positive stories about international development. Or better still you can help distribute the World’s Best News and brighten up Monday morning!
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Storytelling for change Twitter chat

The European Year for Development was a year of stories. Organisations all across Europe reached out to show the public what EU development cooperation means in practice and how it changes people's lives.