Government

Burundi WV

Annual Sector Survey, child rights, Grand Bargain and more

Posted on 16 July 2019

+ Signs of new ways of working, but public donations static
New Zealand’s ‘mission-driven’ charities working in international aid are showing early signs of changing the way they work, in particular prioritising building...
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Darfur IDP camp

EU elections, PNG president resigns, Warsaw Humanitarian Expo and more

Posted on 28 May 2019

+ EU Elections a mix bag for NGOs

EU elections saw Nigel Farage’s Brexit party win the most support in the UK. Meanwhile a new leader of the ruling Conservative Party looks likely to...
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Brexit, comic relief, governance lessons, and 10 humanitarian crises you haven’t heard of

Posted on 05 March 2019

+ 10 humanitarian events we have heard of

The NZ Herald ran a piece this week about the ten most shocking humanitarian crises most New Zealanders haven't heard of. 

It raises the real challenge we have of maintaining...
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What to expect in 2019!

Posted on 08 January 2019

+ Funding pressures, nationalism and politics in 2019

Happy new year. But it's going to be a tough one.

As nationalist movements continue to win political office across the world, what will this mean for the...
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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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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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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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Highlights from CID Conference, new paper on Localisation, famine in Yemen and more

Posted on 06 November 2018

+ Highlights from the CID Conference 

Best definition of the Pacific Reset:
"Switch the power off - wait 5 minutes and start again" (MC Josh Thomson)
Highlights from Rt Hon Winston Peters on...
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$21 million of tax avoided according to Oxfam report, Typhoon Mangkhut hits, MFAT policy review and much more

Posted on 18 September 2018

+ How much do our members love us? 

+ Drug companies avoid $21m tax in NZ, says new Oxfam report 

The world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies appear to be dodging an estimated NZ$5.5...
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