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NIDOS News: October 2015 06.10.2015

This month's NIDOS News is here! Find out about upcoming events, vacancies, and funding updates, plus our new CEO, Jane Salmonson, and our annual conference. Also, the latest updates on the DFID civil society partnership review and the launch of the new Sustainable Development Goals. 



UN adopts Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 03.10.2015

On 25 September 2015 the United Nations General Assembly formally adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes the new Sustainable Development Goals: an ambitious set of 17 universal goals and 169 targets that set out to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and fix climate change by 2030.



Latest Travel News from Diversity Travel 02.10.2015

Diversity Travel, who specialises in arranging travel for charities and not-for-profit organisations, has let us know that several international airlines are planning new and enhanced air services from Scotland in 2016. 




DFID, NIDOS and SMP discuss role of CSOs 02.10.2015

On 29th September, the Permanent Secretary for DFID, Mark Lowcock, led discussions with members of NIDOS and the Scottish Malawi Partnership about DFID’s Civil Society Partnership Review. 



Announcing our new CEO 22.09.2015

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Jane Salmonson has been appointed CEO of NIDOS.






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Explore Zimbabwe with S4S - now 2 days extra!
21.10.2015 to 03.11.2015

Travel to Zimbabwe with S4S and explore what this incredible country has to offer. S4S is...

Gaia Education Design for Sustainability- Accelerating Solutions at Local Level
21.10.2015 to 06.09.2016

Gaia Education's Design for Sustainability (GEDS) qualifies students of all ages with the appropriate skills and analytical tools to design a...

Reparations for Slavery: A Film and Public Debate

Join Haiti Support Group and the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights for a film screening as part of the Africa in Motion Film Festival.