Today, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Development Assistance Committee (OECD DAC) released the preliminary Official Development Assistance (ODA) figures for 2014, showing how much donor countries gave in total last year. The new figures reveal that aid to the least-developed countries made a downward turn in 2014.
Girls and women are hit hardest by extreme poverty across every area of life, but they also hold the key to change, according to new analysis published by ONE today, International Women’s Day.
Brussels, 03/03/2015. Today the European Union and key partners organised a high-level international conference on the response to the Ebola crisis. The international advocacy and campaigning organisation ONE calls…
Today international leaders announced a massive expansion of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, by pledging $7.539 billion. The new funding announcement sets Gavi on a path to nearly double its impact in the next five years, immunising 300 million more children and preventing up to 6 million more deaths.
The ONE Campaign response to The International Development Bill following the second reading in the House of Lords
“We are pleased to see this Bill pass its second reading in the House of Lords and continue its journey to becoming law. The Bill received overwhelming backing in the Commons last month and we are glad to see this repeated in the Lords.”
According to new research, almost a billion extra people face a life of extreme poverty if leaders duck key decisions on poverty, inequality and climate change due to be taken at two crucial summits in New York and Paris later this year, with billions more continuing to face a life of hardship. That’s the warning by more than a thousand organisations around the world which are launching a new campaign called action/2015 calling on local and world leaders to take urgent action to halt man-made climate change, eradicate poverty and address inequality.
OTTAWA – The ONE Campaign welcomes the passage of the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act in Canada, a new law establishing mandatory reporting standards for oil, gas, and mining…
Finally, the G20 has realized that it can’t ignore the Ebola crisis anymore. However, these words alone will not be sufficient in the light of the scope of the crisis.
The ONE Campaign today welcomed the introduction of draft legislation in Canada that would establish new mandatory reporting standards for oil, gas, and mining companies.
At least a trillion dollars a year is siphoned out of developing countries through corrupt activity involving shady deals for natural resources, the use of phantom firms, money laundering and illegal tax evasion, according to new research by The ONE Campaign.
Today, The ONE Campaign launched “10 Years Together”, an interactive timeline created by award-winning production house Wondros that combines images, video and text from some of the key moments throughout ONE’s last 10 years.
New report urges world leaders to step up & score GAVI’s next #BigGoal to save more than five million lives.