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NIDOS News: May 2016 02.05.2016

In this month's NIDOS News: Ahead of the Holyrood elections, we examine the manifestos to see what the political parties have to say on international development; Cabinet Office 'pauses' implementation of the anti-advocacy clause; and we hear about some of the innovative projects our members our members are working on around the world. 

NIDOS members highlight concerns over Panama Papers leaks 02.05.2016

Global Justice Now blogs about the Panama Papers leaks, and how the global economy is rigged to allow the super-rich to launder money, dodge sanctions and evade tax. 


SCVO's Human Rights Campaign 02.05.2016

SCVO is working on a human rights campaign to encourage organisations in our sector to pursue human rights-based approaches in their work. NIDOS members are invited to get involved by contributing a blog or case study. 


Index-Based Livestock Insurance 02.05.2016

SCIAF gives an overview of its work with Index-Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI), an innovative insurance scheme that aims to safeguard pastoralist communities against loss of livestock during drought. ​


Holyrood elections 2016: the manifestos 02.05.2016

With just days remaining until the elections on 5 May, we examine the manifestos of the five political parties currently represented in the Scottish Parliament through the lens of international development.



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