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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.
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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.
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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.