Was the UK Climate Change Bill really approved by parliament or was it a dream? If this attack of political common sense continues, what will be the next campaign success story?
A visit to my local hospital reminds me that we might be branded as hypocrites in the UK if we criticize countries like Nigeria for corruption.
Rich countries must be really scared of something if they’re prepared to find such crazy amounts to rescue their banks. “Doing whatever is necessary” betrays some painful truths about our economic priorities.
Singapore is well known for its shortcomings in human rights, freedom of speech and democracy. It’s also well known for creating a stable, safe and prosperous multi-racial society. Maybe its time for students of human development to take a closer look.
The WTO Ministerial has been set up by rich countries as a trade off between their agriculture subsidies and access to services and industry in poor countries. But why should poor countries make any concessions at all?
OneWorld UK has just published its 50th Country Guide. The OneWorld Guides Editor looks for connections between the Guides and the global development agenda
The UK will respect its Kyoto Protocol obligations and will play a full role in forthcoming negotiations on how a successor treaty could control greenhouse gas emissions in the fight against climate change after 2012, says the government’s Chief Scientific Adviser.
Michael Howard and Oliver Letwin launched the Conservative plans for international development in London on January 11th.
Wangari Maathai spoke at an event in London on her way home after collecting the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo.
Gordon Brown outlined his vision of a universal moral code underpinning achievement of the Millennium Development Goals in the CAFOD Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture.