Bond Manifesto

We need a plan to return to 0.7 and an independent department for international development and humanitarian assistance, with cabinet-level representation, to ensure #UKaid remains people and planet-focused.

The UK should work with global partners to promote locally-led approaches to development and humanitarian assistance. Read more in @bondngo’s new 2024 sector manifesto “A global system for people and the planet.”

The UK needs to recommit to the SDGs & leave no one behind as we approach the halfway point to deliver the SDGs in 2025. Read the UK INGO sector’s recommendations in the #BondManifesto “A global system for people and the planet”  

We need an equitable & just international finance system that works for all. What would that look like in practice for a new UK government? Find out in @bondngo’s new 2024 sector manifesto “A global system for people and the planet”

There needs to be a fundamental shift in the global development system. Read Bond UK’s 2024 manifesto to find out what the UK INGO sector hopes an incoming government will do to support marginalised communities globally.

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