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South Sudan 'Hope in hell', Changing gender norms, and more.

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Strengthening the international development sector

CID connects, strengthens, and promotes a dynamic network of international NGOs and their partners to help build a world free from extreme poverty and injustice

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20 Feb

CID Talk: Civil-Military Coordination in Humanitarian responses

  

Civil-Military Coordination in Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Response (HADR)

 Insights from a Decade of Training

Johanna will talk about her personal experience training and educating armed forces (including at NATO and with the US Army)...

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Location: Save the Children - 117 Lambton Quay, Wellington 6011

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IDYP: SDG Interactive Event

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Location: Zack's Bar 421 Parnell Road Auckland, Auckland 1052

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CID/MFAT Lunchtime Forum with Mark Lowcock

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Location: Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade - Level 12, 195 Lambton Quay, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

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CID Humanitarian Network

For the last 20 years the CID Humanitarian Network (formerly the NGO Disaster Relief Forum - NDRF) has been meeting 3 times a year.

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Code of Conduct and Professional Standards

Engage with other member organisations about the Code of Conduct, best practice, and professional standards.

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