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What Our MPs are saying about International Development

The UK Parliament's report on racism in the aid sector

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SAVE THE DATE - SWIDN's Online Conference 2022

Posted by Main on June 27th, 2022.

From Good Development to Global Solidarity

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Looking for Working Group facilitators!

Posted by Main on January 06th, 2022.

We are seeking facilitators to help run and chair our international development working groups

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What our Schools Teach us About Africa and Why it Matters

Posted by Hannah on May 13th, 2022.

If we can only access negative knowledge about Africa, how does that influence our approach to development?

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Addressing Racism in International Development

Posted by Hannah on February 15th, 2022.

Why we need to talk about racism at SWIDN

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Expression of Interest: SWIDN are looking for new trainers for 2022

Posted by Hannah on September 28th, 2021.

SWIDN are looking to increase our database of expert trainers

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SWIDN's Online Conference: Event Recordings and Links

Posted by Hannah on October 20th, 2021.

All the recordings of our LISTEN and CONNECT events, together with associated links for contributors and discussions

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Seeking volunteer mentors!

Posted by Hannah on May 05th, 2021.

Are you an experienced international development professional? Are you passionate about peer support and collaborative learning? Do you want to develop your leadership and coaching skills with small charities in the UK?

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What is Your Environmental Footprint?

Posted by Hannah on November 11th, 2021.

Considering the environment and how and why we do international development

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Fish not as good for the planet as previously thought, says new report by Blue Ventures

Posted by Main on November 03rd, 2021.

Ahead of the crunch climate summit in Glasgow, researchers say that the way the UK catches half its seafood creates high carbon emissions and must be urgently tackled.

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