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New ONE report sounds the alarm about government complacency in global fight against HIV/AIDS

In a new report published on World AIDS Day, the ONE Campaign warned of a growing complacency in the global fight against HIV/AIDS and sounded the alarm over an estimated $12 billion annual shortfall in what’s needed to finally stop the epidemic. Current global spending on HIV/AIDS was estimated at $20 billion in 2014 and needs to reach $32 billion by 2020 in order to change the trajectory of the deadly disease.

G20 leaders must protect the world’s poorest amidst global turmoil

G20 leaders must ensure that the world’s poorest people are safeguarded as the world responds to global security threats, climate change and the refugee crisis.

Three steps the new government can take to help restore Canada’s position in the world

On the eve of prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau’s announcement of a new cabinet, the ONE Campaign — a global advocacy organization of 7 million members, including 150,000 in Canada — offered recommendations for three steps the new government could take to quickly restore Canada’s reputation for leadership on the world stage.

The ONE Campaign statement on World Food Day

World Food Day is celebrated this year at Milan Expo by world leaders, civil society and activists gathering together to put the new Global Goal of zero hunger in the spotlight.

ONE celebrates adoption of historic new Global Goals for Sustainable Development

193 countries have committed to ambitious new plan to eliminate extreme poverty by 2030

Strong Girl Remix: Male And Female Artists Harmonise Together For Women’s Empowerment And Justice

Some of Africa’s top male artists are to remix Strong Girl – a rallying cry for women’s empowerment featuring some of Africa’s top female stars that first got the world dancing in May.

ONE hails UN’s Global Goals – real work yet to begin

BRUSSELS, 3 AUGUST 2015. Yesterday, the United Nations delegations in New York agreed on the text for a new agenda for global sustainable development over the next 15 years. …

Financing for Development: Welcome focus on the poorest people, but action must follow words

World leaders at the third Financing for Development Conference have signed up to the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, a new global agreement on how efforts to end extreme poverty will be funded. Get our full reaction.

ONE and Engineers Without Borders Canada team up to urge policy makers to put #PoliticsAside in fight against extreme poverty

U2 lead singer and ONE cofounder Bono in Ottawa Monday to meet Canadian development experts and support the #PoliticsAside campaign

Strong Girl: Africa’s top women singers raise their voices to fight poverty

An outstanding line-up of top women musicians from across Africa have joined forces with ONE to create a brand new song called Strong Girl, a rally cry to empower girls and women everywhere.

ONE Reacts to Canada FY 2015 Budget

Ottawa, Canada – ONE applauds Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Finance Minister Joe Oliver for maintaining current levels of funding for foreign aid in the 2015 budget.

ONE Raises Alarm About Lack of Government Poverty-Fighting Commitments at Spring Meetings

As this weekend’s 2015 Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund draw to a close, ONE expressed deep concern over the lack of new financial development commitments made by donor and developing nations. Concrete commitments must be made ahead of the July Financing for Development Summit in Addis Ababa in order to make poverty-reduction goals a reality.