International NGOs

We’ve got the expertise to manage whatever challenges you’re facing.

Being an INGO is rewarding, but tough. Sending your teams and volunteers into often-difficult situations around the world can be present unusual challenges.

Then there’s compliance. You want to empower local partners to take ownership of development programs in their regions, but the need to balance this against compliance with strict UK regulations doesn’t make this easy.


Briefing for Charities & Social Enterprises | 4 July

Our weekly round up of news and updates from across the sector.
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Bates Wells advises Ripple Energy on the largest ever UK co-operative share offer achieved in a single raise

Bates Wells has advised on the £13m co-operative share offer to fund Ripple Energy’s second wind farm – the largest …
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Corporate foundation: health check

Has it been some time since your corporate foundation was set up, and since then the foundation has become more …
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Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs) – delivering cash benefits to local not-for-profit sport

By Thea Longley and Richard Baldwin This year marks the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the CASC scheme, which …
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Faith-Based Organisations: 2022 Update

Welcome to our annual faith-based update. It’s been another hugely challenging year for church and faith communities. While lockdown restrictions …
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