Integrity is proud to announce that Service Manager Alex Martins has been nominated for the British Expertise Young Consultant of the Year award. The accolade is presented by British Expertise to an exceptional individual that meets the criteria of: being under the age of 35, has demonstrated significant potential and achievement internationally and within their…

In December, Integrity’s CEO Anthony Ellis attended Wilton Park’s Conference ‘Tracking development progress and evaluating development partnerships in the post 2015 era’. The meeting was convened to shine light on the post 2015 journey towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In association with CDI, DFID and IDEAS, the event brought together decision makers, scholars and…

For the past two years, Integrity has encouraged apprentices to join its workforce. We recognise that taking on an apprentice is a beneficial experience for both the company and the young professionals. What are apprenticeships? Apprenticeships are part of a scheme supported by the UK Government that allows young people to work in a professional…

Integrity’s co-founder and CEO, Anthony Ellis, was recently featured on Humans on Purpose’s website. Humans on Purpose is an initiative that stems from On Purpose, a company that works with and matches talented professionals who value social purpose with like-minded organisations. They describe themselves as ‘a community who put purpose before profit’. Anthony spoke to…

On 4 May 2016, Integrity organised a half-day event on behalf of the UK Department for International Development’s (DFID) Evidence, Analysis and Coordination Programme (EACP) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Integrity, in a consortium led by Atos Consulting and that includes Search for Common Ground, Burton Rands, Resource Consulting and NUPI, supports DFID’s…

Integrity Business Manager Alexandra Tyson-Beer visited Paddington Academy, West London last month with IntoUniversity’s Careers in FOCUS Programme to introduce secondary school students to careers in International Development. Students engaged in a lively debate about the pros and cons of international aid and development, discussed the practicalities of working in fragile and conflict affected states and questioned…

About Joe: Joe Savage is Integrity’s Design Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) Manager based in London, UK. Since he joined the Integrity team in March 2015, Joe has brought both extensive experience and unique insight to Integrity’s Design, Monitoring and Evaluation service capacity. You can find out more about Joe on his people page. Can you…

I’m extremely pleased to announce that Integrity has won the award for ‘Outstanding International Business – SME’ at the British Expertise International Awards 2016. This is the first time entering for Integrity. As well as winning the Outstanding International Business – SME award we were also shortlisted for the Outstanding International Development in a Fragile…

On Monday night, Integrity’s Alex Bescoby delivered a talk entitled ‘The Changing of Kings – a lens on history and division in Myanmar’ at Somerset House, to a cross section of people from government, private and development sectors, and academia. The interactive presentation took us on a journey into the deep historical roots of Myanmar’s ethnic, religious…

On 7 May, Integrity’s CEO Anthony Ellis was in Oxford to present at the Oxford University Anthropology Society on Anthropology Beyond Academia. Founded in 1909, the Anthropological Society works to promote an interest in anthropology and to support students and researchers of anthropology at the university. It is one of the oldest anthropological societies in the…