UK aid budget under threat again
Development Initiatives' Executive Director Harpinder Collacott responds to media speculation that the UK may reduce aid spending down from 0.7% of GNI.
Cuts in UK aid must not hit the poorest
DI responds to the announcement that UK aid is to be cut by £2.9 billion this year.
Merging DFID and the FCO: Implications for UK aid
Analysis of what merging DFID and the FCO could mean for UK aid on poverty targeting, transparency and effectiveness, and recommendations for the new department.
The merger of the UK’s Department for International Development into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office: DI’s response
DI responds to the decision to merge the UK’s DFID into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and explains why it presents worrying times for the development sector and those in critical need of international cooperation.