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The Global Dimension in Engineering Education (GDEE) project is pleased to announce the continuation of a series of online courses aimed at increasing the abilities of technical academics to integrate principles of Sustainable Human Development into their teaching.

The next course will begin on the 8th of August 2014.

This is your chance to make history! We are delighted to roll out our first ever census. We want to learn about the reach and size of Engineers Without Borders UK and you can help. So take 5 minutes to fill in the census here and let us know if you’re with us and what’s your role in the organisation and in your daily life. 
 

EWB-UK would like to congratulate Nottingham Trent University, winners of the national Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Challenge Finals held in Durham on Wednesday, 11 June with an appropriate technology design for a rural community in the developing world.

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Last Saturday (28 June) Engineers Without Borders UK (EWB-UK) hosted over a hundred engineers at the Massive Small Change Conference in London to inspire mobilisation of personal and industry efforts towards sustainable global engineering. 

All staff at EWB-UK are immensely grateful to our volunteers for their hard work, unfailing enthusiasm, creative ideas and bags of time you give to the organisation. You are the Engineers Without Borders UK.

Thank you!

Applications are closed now.
Are you the next person to lead our amazing organisation? We are looking for a CEO who will provide strategic vision as well as operational leadership, who will take EWB forward with the passion and creativity to meet ambitious targets, whilst maintaining our ethics and values.
 

You can now get through to our office on the normal number: 0207 222 9177

We have had a persistent fault over the last ten days and calls either didn't get through or, in the last few days, were diverted to our chief exec's mobile.  We have some confidence that the fault is now fixed and we expect normal service to resume.  Please accept our apologies if you were negatively affected by this disruption. (Updated 20/05/14)

Can you participate in or help us promote EWB-UK's Flag Up Day

We're organising a fundraising day on Friday 9th May to help us raise £4,000 to ensure two international volunteer placements go ahead as part of our EWB-UK Placements Programme in 2014.

How can you participate?

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Engineers Without Borders is looking for a part-time Finance Officer (22.5 hours/week) to provide specialist finance administration and reporting.  This is a great opportunity for a talented individual with good finance systems knowledge to make a step into the international development sector.
 
APPLICATION DEADLINE PASSED
 
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We invite all who have been involved in Engineers Without Borders UK activities to participate in our Photography Competition 2014. 
Send us your images representing change created by Engineers Without Borders UK by e-mail to photocompetition@ewb-uk.org by 13th of May 2014.