Humanitarians are being constrained by geopolitical agendas of donor states and the growing assertion of national sovereignty. What, then, can humanitarians hope to achieve? Watch this webinar with expert speakers from University of Bath, Dr Mathilde Maîtrot, Dr Touseef Mir and Dr Naomi Pendle who discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of humanitarian principles and practice.
1 December 2021 • Commonwealth Education Trust
A range of free and affordable courses to help improve teaching standards across the world.
7 July 2021 • Bond
This report summarises work carried out between August 2020 and April 2021 to create a more equitable and sustainable development system through locally-led development.
27 November 2018
Experts interrogate whether blockchain technology can bring transparency and empowerment to the international development sector.
11 August 2018 • IARAN
This report explores the dynamics of decision-making in humanitarian aid, looking at the trends that could move us (or prevent us from moving) to a system where people affected by crises are taking the decisions about the aid that they receive.
24 July 2018
This interactive magazine-like story will guide you through the rapidly changing status of blockchain projects.
23 March 2018 • Bond, Superflux, UNDP, Nesta
A fictional, speculative development organisation was unveiled at the Bond Conference, but many of its innovative approaches and features are becoming real.
5 January 2018 • Bond
At Bond's Annual Conference in February 2018, we heard from five organisations who are challenging traditional development and humanitarian business models.
6 December 2017 • Bond and Forum for the Future