Rupert Simons highlights that corruption is a global problem. In light of the Panama papers leak and recent media attacks on foreign aid, he discusses the findings of the newly published Aid Transparency Index.
This week on Last Week Today, we are talking Tony Blair and doing development differently. Plus, we have an opportunity to join our team.
Four years, and 400 posts later, WhyDev is on the front lines of questioning everything we hold dear in global development. Brendan Rigby looks back to give a short history, and forward into the future at what lies ahead for global development.
Paul Farmer recently called for more foreign aid to be delivered through local public systems. Nora Lester Murad disagrees, and sees an underlying ideology that overlooks the causes of inequity and vulnerability. She offers an alternative.
Oxfam GB and Oxfam America have both just launched new ad campaigns. Our newly appointed editor, Gregory Pellechi, takes a look at each and what they may mean for the future of aid marketing and the perceptions of Africa.