Media Centre

Bond represents over 450 members working in international development, ranging from large agencies with a world-wide presence to smaller, specialist organisations.

For comments, interviews and information from Bond please contact Bond's Media Manager, Maryam Mohsin.

Call: 07555 336029 / 020 7837 8344 (ext 471)

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Press Releases


Recent media coverage

10/2018 Financial Times: Home Office rejects proposal to vet all UK aid workers

10/2018 Devex: Commitments and chaos at London's #AidToo summit

10/2018 Third Sector: Bond publishes 12-point approach to tackling sexual exploitation

10/2018 Civil Society: Charities make fresh commitments to tackle exploitation in the aid sector

10/2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation News: British charities still failing to report sexual misconduct - watchdog

10/2018 UK Fundraising: Bond to launch document detailing UK NGOs’ safeguarding commitment at International Summit

10/2018 Daily Mail: British charities still failing to report sexual misconduct - watchdog 

10/2018 Civil Society: Charity leaders urge government to end universal credit gagging clauses

10/2018 New Statesman: How Brexit is already hurting some of the poorest people in the world

09/2018 Third Sector: Hodgson still hopeful his lobbying act reforms will be revived

09/2018 Civil Society: Charities criticised by lords over transparency and campaigning

09/2018 Devex: UK will 'continue to reassess' its use of ODA definition if reforms cannot be made

09/2018 Devex: Aid minister does not need signoff on ODA spending, says UK government

09/2018 Devex: DFID to offer NGOs full cost recovery on grants

09/2018 Civil Society: DfID pilots plans to fully fund charities’ core costs

08/2018 The Guardian: The importance of ethical aid to Africa

08/2018 Third Sector: Changes to development aid spending 'must not come at the cost of the poorest', says Bond

08/2018 Third Sector: Civil Society Strategy is only the beginning, sector says

08/2018 Civil Society: Charities react to the Civil Society Strategy: 'Good start, could do more'