Events

Our thought-provoking international development events help professionals tackle the most pressing challenges facing their organisations and civil society.

Our events are your chance to interrogate the latest trends in the sector and get new ideas to drive positive change. We bring together influential thinkers, NGOs, donors and policy-makers for lively debates and networking.

The Bond Annual Conference and Awards is Europe’s biggest international development conference, bringing together a thousand people from across the international development and humanitarian sector. Other charity conferences include the Funding for Development Conference, which explores issues and innovations in fundraising.

Previous events have explored topics like Brexit, impact investing, safeguarding, campaigning, philanthropy, blockchain and priorities around general elections.

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Panel discussion at Bond Conference

The Bond Annual Conference saw over 1100 attendees discuss the latest trends, ideas and challenges in international development. Check out some of the highlights from the event.

Funding for Development Conference 2018

Get the latest insights and trends in public and institutional fundraising at Bond’s third annual Funding for Development Conference.

7 October 2019
Delegates at the Bond Annual General Meeting 2014

Annual General Meeting

Next date
19 November 2019 96
available spaces
Bond members can book their free place at this year's AGM to review our work and think about the future.
Upcoming dates
19 November 2019 (96)

Gathering insights into the next decade for INGOs

A workshop for Bond members in the South West to identify what international NGOs will need in the next decade and the questions the UK sector needs to answer before 2030.
Plan International UK and Credit Suisse won the Corporate Partnerships Award at the Bond Awards

Bond International Development Awards 2020

The Bond International Development Awards showcase inspiring development and humanitarian work from the sector.