Panos London

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Panos London was established in 1986 as a UK registered charity (number 297366) limited by guarantee. They note they "aim to make complex development issues accessible and understandable. ...[and] make sure that those who have most to win or lose from these debates – the most marginalised people in developing countries – have their voices heard in the public arena." Panos London is part of a network that comprises eight Panos Institutes, which employ a combined staff of over 100 people. [1]


  • Radio Sagarmatha "PANOS offices in London and South Asia have provided support to the station in the form of training and broadcast fellowships to producers for programming concerning HIV/AIDS, different aspects of Nepal’s culture and development, and the status of drinking water in the Kathmandu Valley." [2]

Donors (over £10,000) in 2005

Cordaid, Danish Agency for International Development Assistance (DANIDA), Finland Department for International Development Cooperation, UK Department for International Development (DFID), Heinrich-Boll-Stiftung, Interact, International Developent Research Centre (IDRC), Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD), Oxfam Netherlands (NOVIB), NR International, Rockefeller Foundation, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) [3]

Board members


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