Humanitarian Funding: the gap between life and death

At a recent VOICE event where we discussed the humanitarian funding gap, Milward Mwamvni had us reflect on the following question: Whose life is worth saving? Milward Mwamvani, LM International (EU-CORD member) For most, this will be an abstract type of discussion. We might expect a lively debate with someone cracking a joke at the […]

EU-CORD Members at Stockholm+50

In June 1972, the United Nations held the Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm, during which the environment was addressed for the first time as a major issue. The conference led to the adoption of a series of principles for sound management of the environment, including the Stockholm Declaration and Action Plan for the […]

First Unique Selling Points 2022 brochure released

It was in September 2019 when the EU-CORD development group, then called ‘Collaborations for Resourcing’ decided at a meeting at Konstanz in Germany that a Unique Selling Points Brochure should be produced to include as many written USPs as members were willing to prepare. A template with the basic questions to answer was provided and […]

Educating generations not just to survive but to thrive

As the Advocacy Coordinator at EU-CORD, I constantly learn and discover how thematically rich our members’ programmes are. Currently, I am working on a new education initiative that seeks to showcase our expertise as a network and ensure that we can be part of EU processes that prioritise quality education globally. Working in this initiative […]

Beyond Europe: EU-CORD Partnerships Evolve

At the Spring General Assembly, EU-CORD’s CEOs met in Brussels, Belgium, to reaffirm the network’s collaborative vision. The CEOs reiterated that in order to deepen collaboration approaches, partnerships (a word repeatedly found in our 2022+ strategy) needed to move beyond relationship building in Europe to deepening partnerships between EU-CORD members and their national [...]

Decolonisation Journeys

In this personal piece, Adrian Hawthorn, a frequent contributor to EU-CORDs work, offers his thoughts on decolonisation, faith and our work together. As I watched the news on my TV the statue of Edward Colson was on a journey in Bristol from a place of high honour on a plinth, being rolled to the queue […]

An Update from the Advocacy Hub

At the end of March, members of the Advocacy Hub came together in Brussels for the first Advocacy Forum of 2022. This occasion was the first time the Forum was held simultaneously with the EU-CORD General Assembly. As a result, the Forum provided a unique opportunity for members to interact and learn from others and […]

Ukraine – this is not an advocacy statement

Ruth Faber, EU-CORD CEO The war in Ukraine brings the sorrow of conflict already experienced in many parts of the world to Europe’s doorstep. EU-CORD members have mobilised to provide humanitarian assistance to people still in Ukraine and those fleeing the conflict. More on that can be found here.  While these are European non-governmental organisations […]

The Global Disability Summit

The Global Disability Summit (GDS) was held online on 16 and 17 February 2022 and was co-hosted by the International Disability Alliance (IDA) and the governments of Norway and Ghana. In addition, the GDS included a Youth Summit, Civil Society Forum and 91 side events. One side event was co -hosted by our members See […]

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