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CAFOD, one of the UK’s leading international aid agencies and CIDSE Member Organisation, is currently looking for an ambitious institutional funding specialist to grow and diversify our donor funding base through spearheading our programme development and funding strategy.
CIDSE on election of Pope Francis: “We see a Church committed to sustainable development and human dignity”
CIDSE, an international alliance of Catholic development agencies, greeted the news of the first pope from South America, and thus from the Global South. Pope Francis, previously Jorge Mario Bergoglio, SJ, Cardinal and Archbishop of Buenos Aires will serve as head of the Catholic Church.
Quick off the blocks? UK adaptation finance and integrated planning, a report by CAFOD and Tearfund, 2012
The following CIDSE members work in South Sudan
CAFOD's Anne Lindsay about what Europe can make of the US rules on extractive industry reporting.
Negotiations on the final declaration of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development are drawing to a close, with some observers reporting that a final text is ready for heads of state and government to rubberstamp. The international alliance of Catholic development agencies CIDSE denounces the current text, which fails to do what the world urgently needs for a more sustainable and just future.
At its annual meeting the CIDSE Board of Directors today elected Chris Bain as new President.
Fair Finance Briefing - ensuring developing countries benefit from carbon pricing of international transport, CAFOD briefing, November 2011
Post-2015 policymaking: What is being planned, what might actually happen, and CAFOD’s current policy lines, CAFOD Policy Paper, March 2012