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Promoting quality education through progressive domestic resource mobilisation 2015-2017

The Promoting Quality Education through Progressive Domestic Resource Mobilisation project is an education and tax justice project funded by NORAD; it involved six different countries: Ethiopia


ActionAid research on tax and education: Methodological note

ActionAid’s research on tax and education uses publicly available data from trusted, reputable and relevant sources. Here is a list of the main sources and an explanation of the methodologies we used


NGO recommendations on Sustainable Agriculture, Rural Entrepreneurs and Agribusiness Investment Window

We welcome the publication of the European Commission document explaining the rationale, operation and possible policy actions in the field of agriculture under the European External Investment Plan

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Agroecology: Scaling-up, scaling-out

Over 500 million family farms currently produce around 80% of the world's food, and around half of these farmers are women.


Cultivating rural women’s economic empowerment (Asia)

Rural women remain at the margins of development, particularly regarding access to productive resources, decent work and their disproportionate burden of Unpaid Care Work.ActionAid research found that

Gender Sensitive Access to Markets

Women continue to face multiple barriers to market access, which are often seen as the domain of men: this can make it challenging for women to make a sustainable living.

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Making tax work for girls’ education

Globally, there are 264 million primary and secondary age children and youth out of school. More girls than boys currently receive no primary education and many pupils in school in developing

No Place To Go

This policy brief summarises the impact of the ASEAN's economic model on gender inequality, land rights, and the environment, and offers recommendations for ASEAN to eradicate poverty and inequality

Whose City?

Some successful and innovative ways that women’s rights, social justice and civil society organisations influence and work with governments to improve women’s urban safety.