How do low- and middle-income countries see themselves engaging with development assistance providers in the future? A new OECD Development Co-operation Working Paper by Robin Davies and Jonathan Pickering suggests a changing role for DAC donors over the next decade.
Does the World Bank put the delivery of global public goods anywhere near the heart of its operations? J. Warren Evans and Robin Davies gathered diverse perspectives on this question in a new book: Too Global to Fail: the World Bank at the Intersection of National and Global Public Policy in 2025.
Our new report in conjunction with the World Bank looks at the views of horticulturalists using the Seasonal Workers Program. What more can be done to make the program more central to both the future of horticulture in Australia, and the development of the Pacific?
The Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook delivered by the Treasurer in December handed down the biggest cuts ever for Australian aid. Devpolicy contributors provided analysis on the numbers, what it could mean for the aid program and the possible effect on Australia's standing among international donors. See more of our aid cuts coverage here.
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