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Ideas for celebrating a global Harvest - Welsh

Learn more about Janet and the Makande Women's Group; get ideas for Harvest activites and prayer.

Ideas for celebrating a global Harvest

Learn more about Janet and the Makande Women's Group; get ideas for Harvest activites and prayer.

Brew and Bake Quiz Answers

Answers to our Autumn general knowledge quiz.

Prayer and Action Card- Welsh

Welsh bilingual prayer and action card to be shared with your community.

Global Neighbours Service Guide

Guidance for arranging your own Global Neighbours service this Autumn.

Diocesan News Article

Article to promote the autumn appeal. 

Brew and Bake Coffee Morning Guide

A guide to running your own coffee and quiz event, virtually or in person.

Brew and Bake Event Guide

A guide to running your own 'Bake Off' style event virtually or in person.

Global Neighbours Autumn Appeal School Assembly Script

Primary school assembly to introduce pupils to Ariana and her family.

Global Neighbours Autumn Appeal School Assembly Powerpoint

PowerPoint to accompany the primary school assembly.

Outdoor Service Guide

Our guide to an open air service this autumn. 

Brew and Bake Quiz Answers

Test your general knowledge with our themed quiz, ideal as part of your Brew and Bake coffee morning.

Prayer Sheet

Prayer sheet to be used as part of worship resource.

Prayer Sheet - Welsh

Welsh bilingual prayer sheet to be used as part of worship resource.

Brew and Bake Recipe Cards

3 chocolate and coffee recipes to inspire your brew and bake events.

Global Neighbours Autumn Appeal Poster

Poster for churches to download for promotion.

Fair and equitable research partnerships case study: Eric Gutierrez

Funding for research in international development often includes a focus on fair and equitable partnerships. Academics from the global North are increasingly encouraged by funders to include academic partners based in the global South and civil society practitioners in their research projects. But achieving this is complicated: partnership and research are both political. This case study is one of a set of resources that has been designed to help academics, NGOs, CSOs, research brokers and funders put principles for fair and equitable research partnerships into practice. The case study explores insights from Eric Gutierrez of Christian Aid, who was involved in a successful application to the Global Challenges Research Fund for a research project looking at the way economies transition from war to peace. The project is led by SOAS University of London, a respected UK university. Christian Aid became involved in the project because it had previously worked with SOAS to commission research. In this case study, Eric reflects on the experience of being involved in the research application process. He talks about the time and work involved in the application, the challenges of tight deadlines, and the structural barriers that limited Christian Aid’s role. He discusses on Christian Aid’s experience in lobbying for policy change, and how this kind of work can be overlooked by academic actors with less experience of ensuring that research leads to policy change.

Fair and equitable research partnerships case study: Kate Newman

Funding for research in international development often includes a focus on fair and equitable partnerships. Academics from the global North are increasingly encouraged by funders to include academic partners based in the global South and civil society practitioners in their research projects. But achieving this is complicated: partnership and research are both political. This case study is one of a set of resources that has been designed to help academics, NGOs, CSOs, research brokers and funders put principles for fair and equitable research partnerships into practice. The case study explores insights from Kate Newman of Christian Aid, who reflects on her experience of participating in an moderator panel for the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), convened to make funding recommendations to the AHRC based on a ‘Network Plus’ call funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund. It was Kate’s first time on an academic moderator panel, and she found the experience very challenging. She was not clear about her specific role on the panel (was she there to represent a civil society voice, or as an individual participating in a panel?), there were no clear criteria against which the proposals should be evaluated, and there were vastly different expectations of academic research and development impact across the panel. Kate asks questions and makes recommendations for future panels to enable better participation of civil society representatives on similar panels.