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.
In partnership with Buzzacott LLP, we present the fourth webinar in a series exploring governance principles, challenges and structure in the INGO sector.
Most groups vital to bringing about systemic change are underfunded, and intersectional anti-racist work in organisations – if it is happening at all – is often siloed. Addressing these challenges is pivotal in advancing our journey towards dismantling racism within our sector.
Railway Children have developed a new way of reaching at risk children through a bus terminal in Mwanza, Tanzania. Programme Development Director Pete Kent tells us all about it.
Having young people on a board as valued, equal members of the governance process gives fresh perspectives, keeps us accountable and ensures we remain restless in all that we do.
By including animals in national disaster risk reduction, preparedness and response plans, we can build community resilience and recover faster in the face of disasters.
As we celebrate 30 years of Bond, former Chairs Richard Hawkes and Caroline Nursey reflect on Bond’s history of uniting members for global change and look ahead at what is to come.
In this webinar, MzN International, looked at new and changing forms of funding, including how to approach Commercial Contracts, the Top 5 tips for engaging the private sector from former CEOs and the latest fundraising trends to engage and raise funding from the public.
The RINGO project is supporting civil society organisations to move from talk to action and transform the way they work to prepare for future challenges.