Scotland’s International Development Alliance AGM
Join us for this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the 5th of December in Glasgow. This is a great opportunity to connect with other members from around Scotland!
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Welcome to Scotland's International Development Alliance
Scotland's International Development Alliance is the membership body for everyone committed to creating a fairer world, free from poverty, injustice and environmental threats.
We offer a range of services for our members. Browse our main areas of work below, or use the main menu above.
Effectiveness & Learning
Working on effectiveness has long term benefits for an organisation and the people it to support. We offer a number of bespoke services for our members.
Finding and accessing funding is an important aspect of any organisation's work. We offer services to members to support them with this.
Policy and Advocacy
We broker connections between our members and decision-makers, while also providing a platform to develop a collective voice on important issues.
By participating in an active network, organisations can become more effective. Together we can make better progress towards meeting our international development goals.
ONLINE TRAINING- Improving participation & partnership
21st November 2018
Online training by organisational development facilitators Wren & Greyhound exploring their Lasting Difference toolkit. This session relates to SDG 17 and will provide an opportunity to crowdsource solutions to peers' problems.
Partnership for the Goals – Business and NGO SDG roundtable
26th November 2018
Scotland’s International Development Alliance in partnership with Business in the Community and Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are hosting a round-table discussion exploring how the UN Sustainable Development Goals bring opportunities for businesses and NGOs in Scotland to work together.
Scotland’s International Development Alliance AGM
5th December 2018
All members of Scotland’s International Development Alliance are invited to join us for this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). With guest speakers Ben Macpherson MSP and Rae McGrath.
ONLINE TRAINING- Income Generation: Strategies for financial sustainability
12th December 2018
Online training by creative management facilitators Wren & Greyhound exploring their Lasting Difference guide. This session on Income Generation will provide an opportunity to crowdsource solutions to peers' problems.
Global Palliative Care Day: Healing the Nations; Leaving None Behind
29th November 2018
The University of Edinburgh, Cairdeas International Palliative Care Trust and the International Children’s Palliative Care…
Policy Coherence for Development: Exploring and Learning from European PCD Approaches
A comparison of different policy coherence for development approaches across Europe.
Scotland's Place in Building a Just World
A detailed report examining recommendations on how to implement policy coherence for development.
A full selection of our annual reviews going back to 2007, detailing our impact and financial reports.
Scotland's International Development Alliance Strategic Plan 2017-2020
This strategic plan sets out the new direction of The Alliance and what it hopes to achieve by 2020.
Effectiveness Services Evaluation Report
This report contains the findings from in-depth case study research of NIDOS' and Bond's effectiveness services.
YOYP 2018 Competition: Global Voices
Do you want to put a stop to climate change? Stand up against inequality? Or are you passionate about helping people in other countries? Take part in the Global Voices competition to win cash prizes and share your ideas with Scottish Government Ministers.
Africa on the Ball launches unique Supporters' Club
Alliance member which changes lives across Africa through the power of football is launching a unique supporters’ club
2018 Safeguarding Update
This note summarises the progress that has been made by organisations and donors to transform safeguarding practice and therefore reduce the risk of abuse being perpetrated in the international aid and development sectors, since the outbreak of media coverage of the issue in mid-February 2018. The note is neither comprehensive nor complete, but is intended as a useful milestone to mark what has been achieved, and what might come next, as we reach the end of a year where safeguarding has been under particular scrutiny and development.
Vine Trust launch new construction project
Vine Trust, an international development charity based in Edinburgh, is excited to announce the launch of the largest building project ever to be undertaken by the organisation and collaborating in-country partners in Tanzania.
Start the Change Project explores migration & the SDGs
Focusing on migration and the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Start the Change is a 3-year project spanning 12 European countries and aims to increase citizens’ awareness of the need for a connected, considered and collaborative approach to achieving the SDGs by 2030.