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Draft guidance on the Foreign Influence Registration Scheme has been published, and while the scheme is less onerous than initial proposals, the guidance lacks much needed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.
Following his surprise appointment, Bond’s Director of Policy, Advocacy and Research, Gideon Rabinowitz, looks at the in-tray for new Foreign Secretary, David Cameron, and highlights four issues he should concentrate on in his first months in office.
The dire consequences of untreated surgical conditions among children are alarming. Surgical care must become a top priority in global health discussions. The urgency to act is clear. And the time to act is now. New blog from Garreth Wood of Kids Operating Room.
It is ten years since the UK hosted the Nutrition for Growth Summit. With the Food Security Summit just around the corner, how far have we come on nutrition in the last decade, and what does the UK government need to pledge to help stop preventable deaths?
In light of the escalating conflict in Israel and the occupied Palestinian Territories, Senior Lecturer in Law and Human Rights Tara Van Ho takes us through the basics of International Humanitarian Law and how it pertains to the conflict.
Eden Kulig and Jess Salter take us through what happened during party conference season, what was discussed and how the international development sector was represented.