Humanitarians are being constrained by geopolitical agendas of donor states and the growing assertion of national sovereignty. What, then, can humanitarians hope to achieve? Watch this webinar with expert speakers from University of Bath, Dr Mathilde Maîtrot, Dr Touseef Mir and Dr Naomi Pendle who discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of humanitarian principles and practice.
Two years on from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the humanitarian effort is still being lead by international organisations as opposed to locals. It is time to divert our funding and our attention.
As the conflict in Gaza creates an increasingly desperate humanitarian crisis, we look at the multiple factors that are making the distribution of assistance almost impossible.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Development Assistance Committee recently published its final aid data for 2022, and it’s not good news for the world’s least-developed and low-income countries. Euan Ritchie of Development Initiatives takes us through the numbers.
There are promising signs that how we spend Official Development Assistance is set to improve in 2024 following a flurry of positive developments late this year. But if the government are to keep to there new agenda, do the numbers add up without 0.7%? Abigael Baldoumas tells us more.
Gideon Rabinowitz, Bond’s Director of Policy, Advocacy and Research, said: We look forward to working with David Cameron, the new…
It is ten years since the UK hosted the Nutrition for Growth Summit. With the Food Security Summit just around the corner, how far have we come on nutrition in the last decade, and what does the UK government need to pledge to help stop preventable deaths?
What is Official Development Assistance (ODA) and why must transparency in ODA remain at the forefront of the UK’s international development work?
The FCDO statistics report on how UK aid was spent in 2022 reveals that nearly 30% of the UK aid budget was spent on refugee costs in the UK. What have we learnt?