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In May, the UN will hold the GP2022 conference with a focus on reducing the risk of disasters. SMC will participate with a delegation that has experience of both being affected and combating climate change.
We were happy to see 170 participants at this year’s digital SMC Network Inspirational Day. Speakers from our global network shared their experiences of how innovation, networking and green transition make us “Stronger Together”.
Alan AtKisson is inspired by faith-based organisations’ experience in innovation – it spans over thousands of years! On February 7th he joins our Network Inspirational Day to tell us more.
Sida believes that SMC and its network are a good partner in Swedish development assistance, but that the pace of change in certain processes must increase.
The theme for this year’s SMC Inspirational Day is “Stronger together!” We invite all our member organisations to join us with their partners to explore what we as a network can achieve together.
At the time of writing, it is still unclear how we will remember Cop26 in Glasgow. The meeting is in full swing as I write this. What we do know is that we will have heard a lot of big words.
How can we contribute to trusting aid partnerships when we hold the money bag? It is an important question to ask ourselves, which is passing on aid money.
The Knowledge Forum for Religion and Development network met the Scandinavian Ministers for Development Aid to talk about what faith has to do with civil society and aid.
Petter Jakobsson, our theological advisor, talks about the update of our theory of change and development and what we hope it will lead to.
The distances in the world have felt longer than usual during the pandemic. But they decreased when we recently brought Sida on virtual follow-up visits to our partners in the Amazon, Colombia, Ethiopia and Nepal.