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#nziswatching Advocacy for Syria, celebrating women humanitarians, Pacific Leaders Forum fallout, plus many upcoming events and more.

Posted on 20 August 2019

+ #NZiswatching

Eleven CID members launched a campaign to call on the New Zealand government to resume funding to Syria, and to keep the pressure on the Syria regime to prevent...
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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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Ebola spread, Asia & Pacific falter on SDGs, merging INGOs and more

Posted on 18 June 2019

+ Chances of ending poverty in decline 

New data from the Brookings Institute has raised the alarm that the future of poverty reduction is looking highly uncertain.

"Our historical-based simulations estimate that the...
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Save The Children’s 100th anniversary, the growth of white supremacy, ‘leave no ambition behind’ in 2020

Posted on 30 April 2019

+ 100 Years of Save The Children

 

Save the Children was established on the 15th May 1919, and a recent conference in the UK examined the interplay between humanitarianism, politics and children's rights through...
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Sri Lankan bombing, World Earth Day, ODA flows in the Pacific, Women’s empowerment, and Easter readings

Posted on 23 April 2019

+ Sri Lankan Bombings & Social Media concerns

The coordinated series of bombings over the weekend in Sri Lanka has killed at least 290 people and injured more than 450 others, after...
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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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Safeguarding tools launched, Brexit, APEC, #kidsonnauru, online tools, Ted Talks and more

Posted on 20 November 2018

+ What does Brexit mean for aid?

The headline in the British tabloid The Sun summed up how most people felt this week - "We're in the Bre-shit now'!

UK Prime Minister Theresa...
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Indonesians ban unregistered NGOs, new data on funding for NGOs, lessons learnt from a record year of storms, and the CID Conference

Posted on 16 October 2018

+ CID Conference

Last week the CID Conference sold out, and we are excited to announce we have secured a larger venue (same address)!

So if you haven't got your tickets yet, please go...
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New Zealand NGOs support Indonesia – Cash is the best way to help

Posted on 02 October 2018

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New Zealand’s international charities are working directly with their partners based on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, to get vital supplies to people in the aftermath of the devastating...
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CID Talk: Dr Frank Rijsberman: Global Green Growth Institute

Posted on 21 June 2018

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is an international organisation that is dedicated to supporting developing and emerging countries to transition to a model of green growth, that simultaneously achieves poverty reduction,...
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