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30 Years of Results in Development

Dane Rogers reflects on the last 30 Years of Itad.

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Beyond 2015: Pathways to a Gender Just World

Itad's Claire Hughes and Emily Richardson blog on the ‘Pathways to a Gender Just World’ conference, hosted by IDS.

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Capacity Development 2 – Are You Digitally Competent?

In the latest of our blogs on Capacity Development 2 (CD2), Euphoric Services' Pete Cranston asks the question - are you...

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Capacity Development 2 – Behavioural Competencies in a Digital World

In the next of our series of blogs on Capacity Development 2 (CD2), Euphoric Services' Pete Cranston looks at behavioural...

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Viewing Capacity Development through Four Dimensions of Change

In the previous blog I discussed how systems perspectives and complexity make us view capacity development differently. This...

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Can We Demonstrate the Difference that Norwegian Aid Makes?

Can Norway demonstrate the difference that its aid money makes in developing countries? This is the question that Itad was...

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How systems perspectives make us view capacity development differently

How systems perspectives make us view capacity development differently

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Capacity development: how should we reframe it for the digital age?

What's the latest thinking on capacity development? Do social media and new digital tools play a key role? Read about Itad's...

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The Civil Society Learning Forum, Ghana

Chris Barnett and Julian Batt participated in the Civil Society Learning Forum (CSLF) in Ghana.

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Publication on Social Accountability and Corruption

Last month, I placed a publication on social accountability mechanisms’ potential to reduce corruption in public...

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Helping improve the way in which Value for Money is measured and communicated

The UK government has in recent years given increasing attention to making sure public resources are being used efficiently...

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Global Health Diplomacy at the Rockefeller Foundation Center in Bellagio, Italy

Last week I spent a fascinating few days attending a conference supported by the Rockefeller foundation and DFID at...

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Governance, Experiments and their Limitations

Earlier this week, I was at a day of the Experiments in Governance and Politics (EGAP) conference in London, with participants...

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DFID Minister launches new programme for Girls and Women in Nigeria

International Development Minister Lynne Featherstone was in Abuja and Kano last week. While there, she announced...

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Reflections on the recent Centre for Development Impact conference

At the recent joint IDS-Itad Centre for Development Impact (CDI) conference - Impact, Innovation and Learning: Towards a...

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Impact, Innovation and Learning: Towards a Research and Practice Agenda for the Future

A number of us very recently attended the first conference of the joint IDS-Itad Centre for Development Impact (CDI) - Impact,...