Policy Analysis

  • Policy Brief

    Open for Development

    This spring, the UN is meeting to decide the framework for ending global poverty. The agenda set at that meeting will affect the livelihoods, the health, and the futures of millions of the world’s poorest people. But right now, those people are not involved in that agenda-setting process. Worse yet, they don’t even know it’s happening. ONE believes that the path to ending extreme poverty must be one that factors in the voices of those actually living in extreme poverty.

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  • Policy Brief

    The Beginning of the End? Tracking Global Commitments on AIDS

    ONE’s accountability report monitors progress made towards the beginning of the end of AIDS. Specifically, the report tracks progress made on three key targets – the virtual elimination of mother-to-child transmission, 15 million people on treatment, and the drastic reduction of new HIV infections – and assesses the political, programmatic, and financial contributions made by a variety of stakeholders.

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  • Data Report

    ONE’s asks of the Mexico G20

    At the G20 in Mexico ONE is encouraging concerted action on three important issues: transparency and accountability; infrastructure and energy; and agriculture, nutrition and food security. The G20 has discussed these issues over the last few years and made a number of commitments to address them. At the Los Cabos Summit, it is critical that the G20 acts upon these commitments in an accountable and timely fashion.

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  • Financial reporting requirements for extractive industries within the proposals to amend the Accounting Directive

    European negotiations for a Directive that would require oil, gas, mining and forestry companies to ‘Publish What They Pay’ governments around the world are coming to a head. Leaders across Europe and Members of the European Parliament are setting their policy on a law that could help millions escape poverty. The Council has announced their position already, but it requires urgent improvement in four key areas.

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