Aid hub

International aid forms an important part of a complex set of international development interventions that aim to lift people out of poverty and support countries to become self-sustaining.

This hub brings together the most useful aid resources to support those wanting to stand up for aid, and it gathers the latest news and views about international aid.

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Aid resources

Digital world and connections
The Donor Tracker is an online resource that offers free, independent, up-to-date analysis of 14 major OECD donors.
9 February 2018
The Transition from Aid
This discussion paper from THET makes the case that for aid to alleviate extreme poverty in the poorest countries it is important to recognise the role of UK engagement with middle-income countries.
25 January 2018
Women carrying water in Ethiopia
This report provides lots of information on the successes and failures of the EU and member states when it comes to aid targets.
17 October 2017
Donation jars
A new study suggests that a person’s political views and attitudes towards their own country – and whether they voted for or against Brexit – can explain which causes they support.
4 August 2017
Macro image of EU currency
This report explores in detail potential impacts and opportunities associated with Brexit on a number of priority policy areas in international development and humanitarian aid.
19 July 2017
DevCommsLab is a site for people who want to play a part in improving public engagement with global poverty. You can find insights which will help you to understand audiences, encourage people to take action and influence people’s attitudes.
1 July 2017

Aid news and views from Bond

Children painting a wall mural with EU flag in Arbat camp, Iraq
The UK government’s commitment to underwrite EU humanitarian funding is welcomed but a post-Brexit agreement needs to ensure that collaboration and shared learning between UK and EU CSOs can continue.
24 September 2018
Conference centre
Listing the fringe events being hosted by Bond members and allies at the Labour and Conservative party conferences in September.
20 September 2018
Palace of Westminster
Despite the IDC’s recommendations, the UK government has rejected crucial recommendations for any government department investing UK aid to be accountable to DFID.
13 September 2018