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CID Conference, human rights and Khashoggi and Safeguarding chaos in the UK

Posted on 23 October 2018

+ What does the Pacific Reset mean for you?

The CID Conference is in less than a week! The focus is on the Pacific Reset and how it changes the way we work.

So if you...
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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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Damning climate change reports, South Sudan and Tsunami response

Posted on 09 October 2018

+ 'Last chance' report on Global Warming 
World leaders have been told they have a moral obligation to ramp up their action on the climate crisis in the wake of a new UN report that...
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Tsunami response, new MFAT funding proposal, post New York and more

Posted on 02 October 2018

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+ New Zealand responds to Sulawesi tsunami

CID member NGOs are working with their partners in Sulawesi to get vital supplies to people in the aftermath...
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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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PM at the UN, innovation & the SDGs, UN Women, Caritas & safeguarding

Posted on 25 September 2018

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+ PM at the UN  more funding for climate change in the Pacific

PM Ardern announced a boost to climate change assistance to hard hit Pacific nations,...
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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

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+ 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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Post Nauru, Are the SDGs working?, More US cuts in aid, More on safeguarding, Latest CID Talk, Mick Jagger & much more

Posted on 11 September 2018

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+ Round Up of Nauru Pacific Leaders Forum

The 49th Pacific Islands Forum in Nauru concluded on the 6th Sept and the theme this year...
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CID Talk: Darren Ward: Scanning the Horizon

Posted on 06 September 2018

Civil society organisations are working in a shrinking space and technology is driving change faster than ever. Big data is a wonderful thing if done right and gives us all...
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Kids off Nauru, MFAT submissions, conflict in Syria and Safeguarding tools

Posted on 04 September 2018

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119 children live on Nauru who are suffering from traumatic withdrawal syndrome.

15 children have either made repeated suicide attempts or are regularly self-harming.

A...
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