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CID Weekly: Health of the Sector Report, 0.7%, COVID

Posted on 08 September 2020

+ NZ Aid sector at risk post COVID - new report

 
The impacts of COVID on aid charities will be 'extremely challenging’, and could mean an ‘existential’ threat to the existence of some agencies, says...
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CID Weekly: Localisation in Beirut, COVID hunger, key dates

Posted on 03 September 2020

+ Localisation in Beirut response

Local charities work constantly to support Lebanese society. It’s time they had a fair share of foreign aid, writes Hayat Mirshad.

"We were among the first to respond to this...
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CID Weekly: To merge or not to merge? Worst year for aid fatalities, & more

Posted on 25 August 2020

+ To merge or not to merge - that is the question
 

Our UK sister organisation, Bond looks at the pros and cons of mergers for aid charities struggling during COVID.

"Mergers and acquisitions (M&A)...
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CID Weekly: World Humanitarian Day and save the dates

Posted on 18 August 2020

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Direct Impact Group supports organisations to maximise their social impact, because changing the world isn't easy, and in dynamic times this work is more...
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CID Weekly: Beirut Explosion, Hiroshima Milestone, Members' Activities

Posted on 11 August 2020

+ Election 2020 Debate: Thank you for coming!

Last Thursday, CID and NZIIA (The New Zealand Institute of International Affairs) co-hosted a fiery election debate to kick off the election season, covering...
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CID Weekly: Election debate, youth and COVID, Pacific partnerships

Posted on 10 August 2020

+ Election 2020 debate this week

"Foreign policy was rarely an election issue in the past, but Covid-19 makes this contest different," writes Professor Rob Patman, professor of International Relations at...
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First Election Debate, NZ Covid Aid Campaign, Global Aid Patterns.

Posted on 30 July 2020

+ Election 2020 debate launch. Key sponsors on board

"Foreign policy was rarely an election issue in the past, but Covid-19 makes this contest different," writes Professor Rob Patman, professor of...
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SDG Challenges, COVID outbreak in PNG, Srebrenica milestone and more.

Posted on 21 July 2020

+ CID members raise profile of children during COVID

Thirteen CID members came together to issue an urgent warning that millions of children could be plunged into hunger as a result of COVID and...
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Pacific Bubble, COVID famines, faith and aid

Posted on 15 July 2020

+ Pacific bubble at last

The Cook Islands looks set to be the first country New Zealander will 'bubble' with, reports Stuff's Brook Sabin today.

This could mean quarantine-free travel each way, and the...
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Human rights in the Pacific, Inequality, Racism in Aid, and more

Posted on 07 July 2020

+ Human Rights in the Pacific 

The Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI) has just released research on human rights in the Pacific.

Data is hard to measure in the region, which has been challenging for...
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