The UK’s trade negotiations with India provide an opportunity to ensure the emerging agreement is a positive example of how trade can serve people and the planet – but the real question is, will it?
Local leaders closest to communities in crisis are yet to be fully represented in forums such as the G7 summit. How can NGOs enable more inclusive discussions at policy level?
Jon McNaughton of Transform Trade shares early insights following their rebrand. For any charity leaders, comms staff or anyone who lives in fear or hope of a rebrand, here is what to expect in the early stages.
G7 Leaders’ Summit in Germany ended last week, with the members reconfirming their shared goal to “make progress towards an equitable world”. But what do the Summit outcomes mean for international development?
Despite decades of struggle, progress toward stopping powerful corporations profiting from human rights abuses has been slow and focused on voluntary action.What should G7 leaders, particularly the UK, be doing to hold them accountable?
China’s position as one of the world’s largest development financers paves new routes to development, but there are worrying trends for civil society.
With NGOs scaling back programmes and cutting back staff, our recent survey shows organisations need grant flexibility to survive beyond the next three months.
If we want to eradicate global poverty, we need to tackle the political and structural factors that are driving inequality.
The Department for International Trade is set to receive part of the UK aid budget to spend on trade education and expertise.