We will be hosting our second small international development charities debate in the House of Lords on 21st June. If you’re a CEO working in international development, then don’t miss out on this event which will bring together small charities to debate the issue, “Small charities have no role in international development: the Global South should take ownership of their own development needs.”
Date: 21st June 2017
Time: 10:15 – 11:45
Location: House of Lords, London
Please note: this event is for small charity CEOs and Trustees only. On booking, you will be asked to pay a £50 deposit to secure your place. During Small Charity Week the Trustees of the FSI are donating the normal £15 booking fee usually charged for events organised and run by the FSI. You will therefore receive a full refund of your £50 deposit within 5 working days of the event as set out within our cancellation policy.
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