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  • Civil society organisations concerned about ruling on beneficial ownership transparency

    Brussels – As European Union and African Union representatives meet on Monday 28 November 2022 to review progress following the EU-AU Summit in February, thirty-two African and European civil society organisations have raised concerns about threats to ground-breaking EU transparency measures which could impact what has been achieved to put in place measures to prevent…

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  • COP27: An historic deal but the devil remains in the detail – and the delivery

    Sharm el Sheik – As COP27 closes, campaigners from anti-poverty organization ONE have welcomed the historic decision to create a fund to address loss and damage – but urged this to be backed up with the investment needed to make this initiative a success. The formation of the new Loss and Damage fund follows calls…

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  • ONE UK Reacts to Jeremy Hunt’s 17th November Fiscal Statement

    “There was undoubtedly huge pressure on Jeremy Hunt to find areas to cut today, but the government should never seek to balance the books on the backs of the world’s poor.”

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  • ONE response to G20: Much was promised but little delivered

    The G20 Leaders’ Summit in Bali this week took place amid deepening economic, hunger and climate crises. The outcome was underwhelming, considering the scale of the global converging crises on food insecurity, climate change and economic turmoil that is impacting millions in low-income countries.  Amy Dodd, Policy Director for Development Economics at The ONE Campaign,…

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  • ONE Campaign calls on G20 to help those hit hardest by ‘Polycrisis’

    As leaders gather in the tourist hot-spot of Bali, Indonesia, for the G20 Summit, anti-poverty group The ONE Campaign urged delegates to remember that they’re not there for a holiday – they’re there to act on the converging crises that’s hitting low-income countries hardest

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  • ONE Responds to UK’s £1bn pledge to the Global Fund

    London, 14th November: This morning the British Government announced that it will contribute GBP£1billion to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and malaria in support of the fund’s latest replenishment round. Although this demonstrates Britain’s continuing support for this life-saving organisation, the pledge marks a £400million reduction from the last replenishment in 2019 –…

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  • ONE Responds to absence of UK pledge at Global Fund Conference

    New York, 21st September: Today in New York, the 7th replenishment for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria raised US$14.25 billion. Although this is the biggest total raised at such a replenishment event, the Global Fund is still US$3.75 billion short of their replenishment target (1).  This shortfall is in part due…

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  • The EU steps up the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria

    21 September 2022 – Today the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria hosted its 7th replenishment conference raising USD 14.25 billion, a record number in the fight against these killer diseases. President von der Leyen made a political commitment to contribute EUR 715 million. This amount will go towards the partnership’s efforts to…

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  • ONE reacts to the 2022 State of the EU

    Brussels, 14 September 2022 – Today, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen gave her third State of the Union speech at the European Parliament Plenary. Amid the war in Ukraine, the President focused on the EU’s response and support to the country and the subsequent energy crisis but failed to outline concrete proposals to…

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  • G20 URGED TO CLEAR BLOCKAGES PREVENTING VULNERABLE COUNTRIES ACCESSING VITAL FUNDS

    1.5 billion people living in countries at highest risk of debt distress Common Framework on debt relief yet to deliver any support to countries requesting assistance Low income countries yet to receive single dollar of channeled SDRs G20 Finance Ministers must remove blockages that are preventing the world’s poorest countries from accessing essential financial support,…

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