Discussion Papers

8 Oxfam Bangladesh Kelsey Rae Taylor

End of (2018-2019) Season Report: Humanitarian Joint Appeals Funding Mechanism

Posted on 17 September 2019

Introduction

The funding landscape for humanitarian NGOs continues to change and is becoming even
more dynamic and innovative, not only in partnership and collaboration but also for
mechanisms for funding.
CID’s 2018 annual survey...
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Bougainville Tom Greenwood Oxfam v2

Localisation Workshop Report

Posted on 14 August 2019

CID/PIANGO Discussion PaperAuthor: Jacqueline ParisiLink to paper (PDF)

Link to PIANGO presentation (PDF)

Executive Summary:

In May 2019 the Council for International Development (CID), in partnership with the Pacific
Islands Association of Non-governmental...
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Indonesia Tsunami Year later Philip Maher 3

Beyond Radicalisation: Designing the Role of Civil Society to combat radicalisation in New Zealand and the Pacific

Posted on 30 June 2019

CID Discussion paperAuthor: Faried F. SaenongFormally Lecturer at the Institute of Qur’anic Studies Jakarta, and Expert Staff member for the Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs, Jakarta-Indonesia.

Synopsis: This paper examines the...
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Ocean and land view from air Environment Pedram v3

NZDF Defence Capability Plan 2019 launched by Hon. Ron Mark

Posted on 14 June 2019

PDF

Author: Campbell Garrett, Council for International Development (attended the official launch at the Beehive on behalf of CID members)

Summary:This week the government launched its Defence Capability Plan, with $20 billion of...
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Mali Chris Sisarch WV

The New Zealand Aid Eco-system - Opportunities and Challenges

Posted on 01 June 2019

CID Discussion PaperAuthor: Chris Clarke Synopsis: This document provides some points for discussion on the current shape of the NZ aid ecosystem; the challenges and opportunities; the role INGOs might play as...
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Public Private Partnerships - Collaborations for Sustainable Development

Posted on 30 January 2019

CID Discussion Paper

 

Synopsis: MFAT has recently reviewed the PFID scheme. While one key element of the scheme is to encourage collaborations between the private, public and NFP sectors, in practice, around...
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Pacific PIANGO Meeting Nadi July 2011

Strengthening Governance - An analysis of governance in the International Non Government-Organisation sector

Posted on 30 December 2018

CID Briefing Paper

Author: Chris Clarke

 

Synopsis: This research paper examines the issues and opportunities impacting on corporate governance in the International Non-Governmental Organisation (International NGO)sector. The paper recommends a four-pronged strategy to strengthen...
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Localisation - Implications for the International Non-Government Organisation sector

Posted on 30 November 2018

CID Briefing Paper

Author: Chris Clarke

 

Synopsis: The purpose of this paper is to stimulate thoughts on the implications for New Zealand based International NGOs (INGOs) of the greater ‘localisation’ of humanitarian aid...
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International non-government organisations and social enterprise - Coming together for ‘good’

Posted on 29 November 2018

Author: Genie van PaassenSynopsis: Are today’s international NGOs destined to become tomorrow’s
social enterprises?Social enterprise is the current buzz word. New social enterprises are emerging and existing ones are growing from strength to...
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CID Safeguarding Report 2018

Posted on 28 November 2018

Synopsis: The purpose of this report is to outline and summarise key information and findings from the Council for International Development (CID) Safeguarding Workshops held in Auckland and Wellington respectively on...
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