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Keeping the SDGs on track

Detailing how the three basic SDG principles can be put into practice by improving accountability mechanisms under the High Level Political Forum .

Joint analysis and recommendations for the Grand Bargain Annual Review

An analysis of efforts on localisation in the Grand Bargain and wider processes, with recommendations on the ways forward.

Time for HR to step up: national perspectives on transforming capacity

This policy-to-practice paper provides the humanitarian HR community with practical guidance. It was commissioned by four Charter4Change signatories - CAFOD, Christian Aid, Islamic Relief and Tearfund as part of their work with the Start DEPP.

Time to move on: national perspectives on transforming surge capacity

This study aims to research national NGO experiences of surge recruitment for international NGOs during humanitarian emergencies. It looks at good practice, impact, and recommendations for actions.

Christian Aid's management response to the evaluation of the DEC-supported Typhoon Haiyan response

Christian Aid's management response to the external evaluation of Christian Aid’s DEC Typhoon Haiyan rehabilitation and resilience building programme.

Inequality and the state

This paper uses Christian Aid’s programme and policy experience to look at the relationship between inequality and development.

Can tax challenge bad governance? 

Argues that while there are no rules about what sort of tax system is best for governance, there are clear policy implications for donors and NGOs.

State of the world’s emergencies: a briefing for UK parliamentarians

This briefing has been put together by a significant number of international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) - including Christian Aid - under the leadership of Bond’s Humanitarian and Conflict Policy groups. These NGOs are either actively operational in these contexts or working to raise awareness in the UK of the challenges faced by people experiencing humanitarian disasters, conflict and upheaval. This briefing is designed to give new and returning members of parliament a rapid overview of some of the world’s most complex and protracted emergencies. It highlights actions which parliamentarians can take to ensure the UK most effectively delivers on its moral and political responsibilities as a key actor on the global stage. It begins with summaries of key issues across humanitarian crisis and conflict settings, followed by short summaries of ten of the world’s most complex emergencies. Humanitarian issues are always fast moving and this information is accurate to September 2017.

How to implement values-based business models

Download this briefing from the Salt Business Network outlining how to create a values-based business model.