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Good analysis of the challenges but limited concrete action – ONE Campaign Reacts to Final G7 Communique
ONE’s response to the 2023 G7 Summit
ONE’s statement ahead of the G7 Leaders’ Summit
ONE’s statement regarding the situation in Sudan
Reaction to the European Parliament’s vote on EU’s new own resources: The EU urgently needs to step up its ambition
Today, the European Parliament voted on the report: “Own resources: a fresh start for the EU Finances, a new start for Europe”.
Brussels – Today, the European Parliament Committee on Budgets voted on the Committee’s own initiative report on new own resources to finance the EU’s budget and political priorities.
Efforts to fight extreme poverty are being dangerously undermined as record levels of overseas aid is being spent within its country of origin, according to The ONE Campaign, in response to the release of today’s provisional Official Development Assistance (ODA) by the OECD DAC.
As global finance leaders prepare to meet for next week’s World Bank/IMF Spring Meetings, global activists are calling on the Bank to take the bold steps needed to free up the billions of dollars needed to tackle today’s global challenges. Read our opening statement here.
The Prime Minister has set out four priorities focused on national security at home and abroad in the context of a challenging and volatile world.
Global anti-poverty organization, The ONE Campaign, has responded to news released today that Dr Mohammed Ali Pate has been appointed CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.
As European Union and African Union representatives meet, thirty-two African and European civil society organisations have raised concerns about threats to ground-breaking EU transparency measures
The formation of the new Loss and Damage fund follows calls from campaigners, activists and political leaders from many of the world’s most climate-vulnerable countries.
“There was undoubtedly huge pressure on Jeremy Hunt to find areas to cut today, but the government should never seek to balance the books on the backs of the world’s poor.”