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The Sustainability of the Global Partnership for Education: The Role of Domestic Resource Mobilisation
12 Jun 2014
Financing for Education: Let's Make Aid RedundantOn 26th June in Brussels the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) is seeking to raise $3.5 billion in a replenishment event...
The Great Land Heist
16 May 2014
How the world is paving the way for corporate land grabs"For millions of people living in the world’s poorest countries, access to land is a matter not of wealth, but of survival, identity and...
ActionAid Philippines – Typhoon Haiyan Real Time Evaluation
14 May 2014
DEC – Typhoon Haiyan Response Review
14 May 2014
If not realised...
24 Apr 2014
Aid to, with and through the private sector: emerging trends and ways forward
15 Apr 2014
A thriving private sector that provides decent jobs and generates revenue is an essential component of a successful development strategy. International donors are currently very interested in...
ActionAid Media Briefing - Illicit Financial Flows and Tax Avoidance in Africa
25 Mar 2014
Illicit financial flows deprive Africa of billions of dollars each year, more than is received in overseas development aid or foreign direct investment combined. Up to two-thirds of these...
Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture Programming: Community Seed Banks
13 Mar 2014
Securing Women's Land and Property Rights
10 Mar 2014
ActionAid International Remuneration & Benefits Policy
2 Feb 2014
This policy governs staff who work for the International Secretariat (IS) and whose contracts are administered by the IS Human Resources Team in Johannesburg, South Africa. For all other IS staff,...
Programme Framework: Women's Rights to Land
1 Jan 2014
Stop Violence Against Girls in School: A cross-country analysis of change in Ghana, Kenya and Mozambique
20 Dec 2013
This report is the culmination of five years’ implementation of ActionAid’s multi-country project, Stop Violence Against Girls in School, an initiative in Ghana, Kenya and Mozambique. The project was...
Walking the talk: Why and how African governments should transform their agriculture spending.
10 Dec 2013
In 2003, the Maputo Declaration of the African Union stated that, within five years, 10 per cent of the budgets of member states would be dedicated to agriculture. Ten years on, despite spending...
Time to Clean Up: How Barclays promotes the use of tax havens in Africa
20 Nov 2013
Barclays bank is now reported to be the largest retail bank in Africa and is the largest UK bank operating on the continent. This puts it in a position of responsibility with regard to the way it...
What constitutes agriculture spending?
15 Nov 2013
Public spending on agriculture in Africa is critical to promoting economic growth and the reduction of poverty. GDP growth originating in agriculture is much more effective in reducing poverty than...
Tackling the climate reality: A framework for establishing an international mechanism to address loss and damage at COP19
14 Nov 2013
This report is the fourth in a series of collaborations between ActionAid International, CARE International and WWF International.We have come together as organisations concerned about the lack of...
Action for Children's Rights in Education (ACRE) - Policy Brief
1 Nov 2013
A policy brief based on a comparative analysis of a research undertaken in six countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, using ActionAid’s Promoting Rights in Schools Framework as part of the Action for...
Action for Children's Rights in Education (ACRE) - Success Stories
1 Nov 2013
The purpose of this document is to demonstrate some of the ways the ACRE project teams in each of the six participating countries successfully managed to operationalize the Promoting Rights in...
Assessment report of the rehabilitation and reintegration of Rana Plaza victims
24 Oct 2013
Six months after the world's worst garment factory disaster, the victims are still awaiting compensation and suffering physical and psychological injuries. ActionAid surveyed almost two thirds...
Missed opportunities: the case for strengthening national and local partnership-based humanitarian responses
23 Oct 2013
At the present time, partnerships between international humanitarian actors and national and local actors do not achieve their full potential to enhance humanitarian performance. Continuing to...