The Economist considers the implications of the UK’s new aid strategy.
It is time to change the British government rule which make the children of aid workers ineligible for student finance.
Britain’s new aid strategy has important implications, not only for DFID but for international organisations who will either need to adapt or face losing some of their core funding. Here’s why.
There was nothing unconstitutional about yesterday’s decision by the House of Lords.
XKCD teases the innovation fetish in international development.
Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank, says that the world is moving closer to the historic goal of ending poverty by 2030: This is the best story in the world today — these projections show us that we are the first generation in human history that can end Read more…
How emissions trading can both tackle climate change and generate development finance. (This article by Alex Evans, Alice Lépissier and Owen Barder first appeared in The Guardian on 25 September 2015)
The latest Development Drums features Todd Moss, a Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development and a bestselling fiction author.