This page contains the latest Alliance resources, tools, reports, and publications related to international development.
Browse our resources below, or use the filters to search. You can also browse all of the materials from previous events including presentations, webinar recordings, workshop handouts and materials from conferences via the previous events section of our website.
If there is a resource you think should be on this page or you would like to submit one of your organisation's resources, please contact us.
CBM's Disability and Gender Analysis toolkit
CBM's open source toolkit on disability and gender analysis has been developed and refined through workshops and field-testing over a two-year period. Disability is not a gender-neutral experience. It has a different impact on women, men, girls, boys and other gender identities. Further, while all women and girls face inequality, women and girls with disabilities often face additional, severe disadvantage due to discriminatory social norms and perceptions of their value and capacity.
Bond: Four transitions reshaping the UK’s international development system
Bond's new report uncovers four transitions reshaping the UK's international development system: climate change and environmental degradation; new routes to development; redistribution of power; and reinvented charity models.
Legal FAQs COVID-19
These Legal FAQs about COVID-19 cover a range of questions relating to employment, governance, insurance, health and safety, property, and data protection/ GDPR. They have been produced in collaboration with CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP, and are intended for general guidance purposes only.
Bond & TPI: Trends in cross-sector partnering for INGOs
Bond and TPI's new report explores the shifts in partnership within the international development and humanitarian space and covers six key trends.
Improving Policy Coherence in Scotland
The report below summarises the concept of policy coherence and links to our main body of work on this issue - an open and editable Wiki.The report aims to bring together civil society and Government to make Scotland a leader in its approach to sustainable development.
Useful webinars to watch about COVID-19
The world is abuzz with webinars right now. We have rounded up the most useful upcoming sessions and recordings to help you find the information you need about the impacts of COVID-19.
Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is being closely monitored by Scotland’s International Development Alliance, please see a list of resources offering further information and advice.
The impacts of COVID-19 on members of the Alliance
This short report summarises evidence gathered from members about the impacts of COVID-19 on their work. It covers: the impact in Scotland; the impact in programme countries; how donors are responding; and the requests for actions by the Alliance.
Sustainable Futures in Africa Partnerships Guide
The Sustainable Futures in Africa project has developed a Critical Resource for Ethical International Partnerships designed for use by research partnerships.
Risk mapping and risk registers
The risks that each organisation and project face will be unique. Here are some helpful resources to help you think about risk more strategically.
Improving Policy Coherence in Scotland: Wiki
This open and editable wiki is a resource for individuals and organisations interested in improving policy coherence in Scotland. It is a shared and open space for developing understanding on policy coherence issues, suggesting solutions, tracking progress and stimulating debate.
Working towards the Global Goals
‘Working towards the Global Goals’ provides detailed insight into our members’ contributions to sustainable development across the world. Published only a month before the world enters the ‘decade of delivery’ for the ambitious UN 2030 Agenda, the report demonstrates a far reaching and impactful international development sector in Scotland. It reveals that organisations with direct links to Scotland have projects in over 100 countries and contribute to all 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).