Talks

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CID/MFAT Talk: Graham Teskey: What does governance have to do with good development?

Posted on 08 August 2019

CID in partnership with MFAT offered a 1-day workshop on governance from Graham TeskeyFacilitated by world-leading expert on governance in the aid and development sector, Graham Teskey explored the following:

What...
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CID/JBWere Talk: JB Were's Support Report Launched - "How New Zealanders Donate"

Posted on 15 May 2019

A unique opportunity for New Zealand NGO sector to talk to John McLeod, the author of The New Zealand Support Report.
John McLeod, co-founder of JBWere Philanthropic Services, presented the...
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CID Talk: Gretchen Leuthart: Making Relationships Count

Posted on 08 May 2019

Relationships are central to effective outcomes in the international development sector yet, there are very few frameworks or indicators to help measure the quality of trust – as the foundation...
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CID Talk: Tricia Fitgerald: Social Enterprises in Not-For-Profits

Posted on 06 May 2019

With restrictive or uncertain income available from the government and the public, many not-for-profits seek to develop social enterprises with commercial revenue streams, as a means to increase their financial...
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CID/VSA Talk: Patrick Rose: Faces of Climate Change

Posted on 03 May 2019

Patrick Rose, a VSA volunteer, has just finished his assignment as Communication Specialist at UNDP Solomon Islands.

Over the last few years he has done quite a lot of work...
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CID Talk: OSACO Group: Conducting Sensitive Investigations in the Humanitarian Sector

Posted on 06 March 2019

Many of the internal challenges faced by the humanitarian community come from misconduct by those involved with our organizations, whether it be fraud and corruption or safeguarding issues such as...
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CID Talk: Carsten Bockemueh: Hope for Syria? Three humanitarian challenges in 2019

Posted on 26 February 2019

The Syrian war is far from over, and 2019 will be a critical year for both Syrians and the international community.
Three major challenges will test the world’s commitment to...
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CID Talk: Janie Walker: Climate Change Adaptation: It's Not Just About Seawalls

Posted on 04 February 2019

The solutions to climate change are not just physical. 

“If anyone acts strange, we say it’s because of climate change”. After six months of living and researching in Fiji, Janie Walker...
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CID Talk: John Page: How to improve governance in the NGO sector

Posted on 27 November 2018

"Many people achieve success by knowing the right answer through their careers. In governance the desired skill is knowing the right question"John Page, governance expert and author, will discuss approaches...
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CID Talk: Jacqueline Parisi: Optimising the Effectiveness of Aid with Social Enterprise

Posted on 14 November 2018

Can social enterprise really co-exist compatibly with development aid?How can it play a role in optimising an aid budget? What makes Social Enterprise effective in development and how can it...
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