Policy Analysis

  • A citizen-centred data revolution

    Discussion paper by Andrew Palmer (Development Initiatives) and Alan Hudson (ONE) The High Level Panel (HLP) on the Post–2015 Development Agenda called for a “data revolution for sustainable development, with a new international initiative to improve the quality of statistics and information available to citizens”. This paper advances the vision of the HLP and addresses…

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  • Data Report

    Past Data Reports

    2013 Data Report: Special Report Tracking Development Assistance With fewer than 1,000 days to go until the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), ONE’s new Special Report Tracking Development Assistance, explores overall trends in official development assistance (ODA) and shows how donor countries are doing in their efforts to support Africa. Special Report…

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  • Policy Brief

    Small Change / Big Difference

    The UK has long been a world leader in international development. In recent years the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) has lifted an estimated 3 million people permanently out of poverty annually, through health, education, food, and sanitation programmes. However, in these difficult economic times, which have resulted in budget cuts for other government departments, there has been a heated debate about whether the UK is right to keep its overseas aid commitments.

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  • Data Report

    The 2013 DATA Report: Special Report Tracking Development Assistance

    With fewer than 1,000 days to go until the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), ONE’s new Special Report Tracking Development Assistance, explores overall trends in official development assistance (ODA) and shows how donor countries are doing in their efforts to support Africa. This special briefing follows on from ONE’s main 2013 DATA…

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  • Policy Brief

    Transparency: Increasing Resources for Development

    Many developing countries are rich in natural resources such as oil, gas and minerals. In order to lift people out of poverty, these countries need to make the most of the revenues they receive from the sale of their resources.

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  • Policy Brief

    What is at Stake on June 8th for the Global Fight Against Malnutrition

    How can it be that 40% of Africa’s children are so chronically malnourished by the age of five that they will never fully thrive, physically recover or mentally develop – and this has improved little in two decades, despite so much other development progress?

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  • Policy Brief

    Our G8 Challenge: Transparency and Food Revolutions

    The 2013 G8 Summit will focus on growth and prosperity, with two pre-summit events on development: one on agriculture and nutrition (8 June), and one on transparency, tax and trade (15 June). ONE is campaigning for world leaders to take a big step towards ending extreme poverty through concrete action at these meetings.

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  • Policy Brief

    The SUN, Moon and Stars: A Nutrition Policy Agenda for the Next 1,000 Days

    On June 8th, just days before the 2013 G8 Summit, UK Prime Minister David Cameron will convene world leaders in London for a high-level “golden moment” focused on the issue of undernutrition.

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  • Policy Brief

    The Open Government Partnership

    The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a new global initiative through which countries at all points on the spectrum of economic development can share their experience about how to make governance more open, transparent and accountable.

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  • Natural Resource Governance

    Natural resources have the potential to bring wealth and stability to resource-rich developing countries. Too often, corruption and mismanagement of natural resources leads to poverty and conflict. Improving natural resource governance is a crucial first step to ensuring citizens can hold their governments accountable for the oil and mineral wealth that belongs to their country, and to allowing citizens and governments to assess if they are receiving a fair deal for their resources.

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