Our director of policy, advocacy and research Gideon Rabinowitz offers an overview of the recently released government White Paper on international development, highlighting the progress made, and where ambition needs to be greater.
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?
This policy briefing provides recommendations from UK INGOs to the UK government ahead of the Global Food Security Summit in London on the 20th of November 2023.
On 10th September, Storm Daniel struck northeastern Libya, causing flash flooding that provoked a major humanitarian crisis. What is the humanitarian situation?
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?
Two years since the US completed their withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Afghan people are experiencing a devastating humanitarian crisis that demands international engagement.
Investing in disability inclusion in the international development sector is not only necessary from a rights perspective but also offers significant potential for a positive return.
After a difficult few years for UK aid advocates, there have recently been signs that FCDO might be on the verge of turning a corner. Here are some of the positives emerging from the FCDO’s annual report 22-23.