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Poverty porn vs empowerment: The best and worst aid videos of 2016
An expert panel has decided which are the most compelling – and cringeworthy – fundraising videos of the year

Selena Randhawa

08, Dec, 2016 @8:00 PM

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Aid fundraising videos: the best and worst of 2015
What are this year’s most compelling – and the most cringeworthy – fundraising videos? The Radiator Awards name and shame NGO campaigns

Katherine Purvis

18, Nov, 2015 @11:55 AM

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Date Aid: are charities sending the wrong message?
A new campaign by Bond is challenging charities that use pity to drive engagement in their anti-poverty campaigns

Katherine Purvis

10, Nov, 2015 @9:00 AM

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10 minutes with ... Anne-Marie Huby, co-founder of JustGiving
The founder of the fastest-growing fundraising site discusses her motivation, inspiration and advice for her younger self

Women in Leadership

24, Oct, 2014 @6:02 AM

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World in a week: truce agreed with Boko Haram over Chibok schoolgirls
13 - 17 October: Catch up with all the development-related news you may have missed this week

Rachel Banning-Lover

17, Oct, 2014 @5:32 PM

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Invisible crises: have donors forgotten the hungry in Chad?
Why are WFP and UNHCR struggling to raise funds for humanitarian emergencies that don’t make the headlines?

Francisco Toro in Montreal

12, Sep, 2014 @6:00 AM

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The F-word: when can we call what's happening in South Sudan a famine?

More people will die before a famine is formally declared yet no declaration means little media attention and even less funding, warns Davina Jeffrey

Davina Jeffrey in Juba

04, Aug, 2014 @11:07 AM

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Legacy income: how VSO increased donations by 75%

As NGOs become increasingly dependent on older donors, Mark Rowland explains how VSO has adapted its fundraising strategy

Mark Rowland

30, Jul, 2014 @11:34 AM

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It's time NGOs admit aid isn't going to 'save' Africa

Africa loses more to the west than it gains in aid. NGOs must challenge governments rather than congratulate them, writes Martin Drewry

Martin Drewry

22, Jul, 2014 @4:27 PM

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3D printed prosthetics: long-term hope for amputees in Sudan

Much has been written about Project Daniel but is this open-source, brand-sponsored model sustainable?

Anna Leach

13, Jun, 2014 @10:59 AM

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War and peace: still a man's world

The arbitrary requirement that funding for work on gender, peace and security must go to women-led organisations is counterproductive to any meaningful integration of gender, argue Gesa Bent and Shireen Lau

Gesa Bent and Shireen Lau

21, Oct, 2013 @6:03 PM

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UK aid match: the NGO perspective

A small Manchester-based charity secured unrestricted match funding under the pilot scheme aid match. As it is rolled out, Retrak shares the lessons it has learned

John Wallace

07, Oct, 2013 @4:50 PM

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