Bond’s Bibusa Musukwa and Rosemary Forest take us through the good and the bad in civic space over the last 12 months, and look ahead to what’s on the horizon in 2024.
Last Thursday saw our Annual General Meeting take place online, with members voting in three brand new trustees to our board. Find out a bit more about them.
Today, Thursday 30 November, The Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) has released its review of the UK government’s flagship…
Following the release of the UK government White Paper on international development last week, we ask some of our working groups to analyse what was contained, and highlight what was missing.
Collecting data that includes everyone is vital to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) commitment to leave no one behind, but the world still has a long way to go. Sightsavers’ Fiona Lawless recently attended the Global Festival de Datos in Uruguay and has shared her reflections on the progress being made on inclusive data and the importance of remembering the person behind the number.
Draft guidance on the Foreign Influence Registration Scheme has been published, and while the scheme is less onerous than initial proposals, the guidance lacks much needed clarity. We need your help to change this.
Our director of policy, advocacy and research Gideon Rabinowitz offers an overview of the recently released government White Paper on international development, highlighting the progress made, and where ambition needs to be greater.
Today, Monday 20 November, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) publishes the UK International Development White Paper which builds…
As the debate heats up on the practicalities and ethics of several platforms, Bond’s Jess Salter looks at how artificial intelligence can help with your communications work, and what to avoid.