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  • ONE Africa 2013 Award Launched

    The ONE Campaign is announcing the opening of nominations and applications for the 2013 ONE Africa Award, which honors outstanding contributions by Africans who are leading the fight against poverty and preventable disease on the continent. Nominations and applications for the award, whose recipient will receive up to $100,000 USD in prize money, will close on the 19th August 2013.

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  • ONE Releases Special DATA Report on Tracking Development Assistance

    With less than 1,000 days to go until the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), ONE’s latest DATA Report: ‘Special Report Tracking Development Assistance’ reveals a mixed outlook for official development assistance (ODA) to the world’s poorest countries.

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  • ONE reaction to G8 Summit

    A transparency revolution has begun. The G8 has made an important contribution, with action on transparency in the oil, gas and mining sectors, on open data, on aid transparency and a significant step forward on tax transparency.

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  • G8: EU can lead the fight on ‘phantom firms’

    Brussels – Responding to the outcome of today’s G8 summit, The ONE Campaign calls on the EU to push for transparency on the real owners of companies.

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  • Lough Erne- day 1 statement from the ONE campaign

    Adrian Lovett, Europe Executive Director at ONE said: “The next 24 hours will be crucial here in Lough Erne. G8 countries need to tackle the scourge of ‘phantom firms’, by agreeing to disclose who really controls companies and trusts, through public registries. This will ensure that such information is available not only to tax and law enforcement authorities but also to ordinary citizens, the media and others who want to follow the money and root out corruption. The G8 must also ensure that the system they put in place for sharing tax information involves developing countries from the start.

    “By taking these steps, the G8 will not only puts its own house in order, but do so in ways that help the fight against extreme poverty. The UK must continue to lead the way and lobby its G8 partners, with no let-up in pace or ambition. G8 leaders must decide whether they want to shape the transparency revolution or resist the tide of history.”

    ENDS

    Adrian Lovett is at the summit and available for further comment. Please contact Asha Tharoor on 07584 470644 or [email protected]

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  • Anti-corruption campaigners call on Prime Minister to deliver on transparency

    International anti-corruption activists took their message to Downing Street with The ONE Campaign this morning, urging Prime Minister David Cameron to deliver strong commitments on transparency at the G8 Summit.

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  • Lancet report – reaction from the ONE campaign

    Molly Kinder, Director of Agriculture and Nutrition policy at ONE said: “The Lancet series today shocked us into a new truth: undernutrition is an even deadlier threat to child survival than we ever thought. The new report shows that 3.1 million children every year die because of the underlying problem of undernutrition – that accounts for 45% of all child deaths under 5 years of age. These alarming facts are now irrefutable: undernutrition is responsible for 600,000 more child deaths each year than was previously realised.

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  • ONE applauds Tullow Oil for publishing payment information

    The ONE Campaign applauds Tullow Oil’s decision to publish, for the first time, information detailing its payments to governments around the world.

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  • ONE Welcomes UN Vision for Post-2015 Development Goals

    The ONE Campaign welcomes today’s report from the United Nations’ High Level Panel (HLP) outlining its vision for the next set of global development goals.

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  • Report reveals wide disparities in Africa poverty goal progress

    New analysis published today shows that 30 countries in sub-Saharan Africa have accelerated progress in the last three years on reaching the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and 16 are on track to halve extreme poverty by 2015, but further momentum is at risk due to laggard countries where progress has stalled or gone into reverse.

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