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Valuing European Development Assistance

The UK public may be becoming less supportive of maintaining, let alone increasing, current levels of UK spending on aid even when people were told how much is currently spent, according to a new IPPR and ODI report ‘Understanding public … Continue reading

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G8 2012: Progress on Food Security and Nutrition?

The G8 pledged to lift 50 million people out of poverty over the next decade at their annual summit at Camp David on 18-19 May. The Camp David Declaration contains four paragraphs on food security and nutrition, the centre-piece of which is the … Continue reading

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Who is your international development champion?

Who is your preferred champion of international development issues? The answer, as you might expect, depends on who you are, and where you live. In a recent report for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation published in March 2012, Intermedia  set … Continue reading

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