Monthly Archives: July 2015


Was anything actually concretely promised at the #FFD3?

From the 13th-16th July, delegates from the UN, world governments, and business and civil sectors (http://bit.ly/1MSgeC2) gathered in Addis Ababa to formulate a strategy to fund these worryingly broad SDGs (http://bit.ly/1fAEKg6).  *To read more about the SDGs read Hannah Collins’ post ‘The SDGs: destined to fail?’ on our website–> http://bit.ly/1MvQSNu * In the immediate aftermath […]

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An Attempt at Putting Aid in Context

If you were going on a trip to a new country, how would you gain information about the sights you were going to see, the foods you were going to taste, and the places you wanted to visit? Would you be adventurous and try something new without any recommendations or cautions? Would you use your […]