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Welcome to ACFID’s Resources page. Here, you can find resources from ACFID, the NGO community and our partners, including submission reports, media releases, policy papers, practice notes, tools and guidance documents.

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  • This Guidance Note supports the DFAT Child Protection Policy, and is designed to explain the reasons for criminal record checks and how one goes about acquiring one, as well as highlighting some situational scenarios

  •  This working paper provides insight into the complexity of urbanisation and present key entry points for its better management. The paper argues that an integrated programming or a ‘systems’ approach to urban development assistance in Asia and the Pacific is critical to strengthening prosperity, reducing poverty and building disaster resilience.

  • Faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and the ACFID Code of Conduct

    ACFID Sexual Rights in Development Practice Community of Practice and RDI Network, 2019

    The ACFID Code of Conduct now gives specific acknowledgement to ‘marginalisation due to gender identity…and sexual orientation’ as a factor that can contribute to exclusion and inequity. This paper reports on an action learning project undertaken in recognition of the challenges and possibilities that this acknowledgement might present for ACFID members.

  • Faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and the ACFID Code of Conduct

    ACFID Sexual Rights in Development Practice Community of Practice and RDI Network, 2019

    The ACFID Code of Conduct now gives specific acknowledgement to ‘marginalisation due to gender identity…and sexual orientation’ as a factor that can contribute to exclusion and inequity. This paper reports on an action learning project undertaken in recognition of the challenges and possibilities that this acknowledgement might present for ACFID members.

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