Welcome to NIDOS
NIDOS is the network in Scotland that unites the international development sector to promote effectiveness and collectively influence the policy agenda. Our aim is to strengthen the contribution of Scottish organisations to reducing inequality and poverty worldwide.
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal this weekend, causing widespread damage. The Nepal government have estimated more than 3,200 people have died, with an additional 6,500 people injured. Read more for details of where to find more information and how to make a donation to any of our members' appeals.
All of the main political parties have now published their manifestos for the general election. Each of the manifestos makes reference to international development (we’ve made a note of the relevant page numbers).
Comic Relief’s support for small organisations and African-led organisations is continuing until 2019. Along with funding from the Department for International Development, £20million pounds has been committed over five years. Comic Relief recently announced the next funding round under this programme and the deadline is 12th May.
Funding is availabe for activities that seek to increase awareness and understanding of development cooperation amongst diaspora in the UK. To be eligble, you must be a civil society organisation, social enterprise or community organisation working with diaspora communities.
Are you a school or a teacher? Join the 562 schools that are already benefiting from the free professional learning activities offered by the Global Learning Programme Scotland.
Global Learning Programme Scotland is not an awards scheme. Rather, it supports the development of global citizenship through the curriculum, which is a key strand of Learning for Sustainability.
Join ONE, NIDOS and the University of Edinburgh to debate how a new UK government should approach global development. Speakers include: ...
Join Take One Action for this screening of The Navigators.
Join Sense Scotland for the Our Voice conference.
UK General Election Debate
Join Humza Yousaf (SNP), Patrick Harvie (Scottish Green Party), Michael Moore (Liberal Democrats), and Ian McGill (Scottish Conservatives and Unionists) to debate how a new UK government should approach global development.
Hosted by ONE, NIDOS and the University of Edinburgh
When: 29 April 2015, 18:00-19:00
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