Our Services Directory is a resource for organisations and individuals working in international development in Scotland. The Directory includes consultants, mentors and training providers with expertise in international development, as well as companies and organisations providing services of value to those working in the international development sector in Scotland.
To submit a listing, email Membership Services Manager, Catherine.
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Ranked as a Top 10 Global Law Firm, CMS can work for you in 41 countries and with 73 offices worldwide.
INTL FCStone Ltd.
INTL FCStone Ltd provides a customised foreign exchange and treasury service to the international aid and development community in more than 175 countries.
Luma-IT specialises in IT consultancy, management and improvement for charities, social enterprises, community groups and voluntary organisations.
Benjamin Carey FTS – Tourism
With a focus on the sustainable development and environmental management of tourism, award-winning Edinburgh-based consultant has worked in 50 countries, specialising in less established and post-conflict destinations.
Experienced organisational development and capacity building consultant and mentor for leaders and teams working in international development and sustainability.
FreshSight is a social enterprise consultancy firm, matching multidisciplinary teams of student talent to third sector problems since 2007.
With over 30 years’ experience of working in the not for profit and international development sectors I can help your organisation clarify purpose, plan strategically, facilitate events and review impact.
Together we can communicate to donors what makes your organisation special.
Experienced Edinburgh based NGO worker and international development researcher.
Former NGO director, WASH manager and trainer with over 15 years experience of emergency and development programming.
Fiona Duby OBE
Consultant with over three decades' technical and managerial experience in health and development with government and NGOs in Africa and Asia.
Over a decade of experience of supporting individuals, organisations and networks to reach and sustain their goals through capacity development, partnership, and effective delivery.
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Write For Us
We are always keen to share news and views from those who are involved in international development and have links to Scotland. If you are member, you can submit a blog about your work or an opinion piece on an issue that is important to you.
Join Our Team
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Development Sector Vacancies
Find the latest international development vacancies in Scotland and beyond. Get in touch if you want to advertise.
List your business or organisation in our directory of consultants supporting the international development sector.
Become an Alliance trainer
The Alliance is looking to expand its pool of training providers and is seeking experienced international development consultants, consultancies and freelance trainers available to deliver training workshops and online sessions for Alliance members.
Alliance Photo Competition
The Alliance photo competition is an opportunity for international development practitioners based in Scotland to showcase their work, or the work of their partners. Running for the past two years, our photos have been exhibited at our 2018 Annual Conference: "Tomorrow's World", at our 2019 Annual Conference: Putting Gender Front and Centre, and at an evening reception at Edinburgh's City Art Centre. If you have an interesting and sustainable international project underway, get involved!
Submit a session to the Annual Conference 2020
Submit a session to the Annual Conference 2020 which will be held on the 24th September. At our members’ request, the Climate Crisis will provide this year's overarching theme – an issue which affects us all, but is particularly hard-hitting for the people and communities we work with, who are forced to contend with the far-reaching consequences of climate change on the front line.