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Only a lasting peace settlement in South Sudan can create the conditions for food security and development, says a leading NGO.
G20 Finance Ministers meeting in Istanbul this weekend still have much to do if the claim ‘the era of bank secrecy is over’.
The IMF has announced that it will cancel almost $100 million of debt owed by Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Thirty European relief agencies are calling on governments to “reaffirm and protect” people’s fundamental right to humanitarian aid.
An new African Union report shows how financial crime drains at least $50 billion a year from the continent.
The PM is being asked to increase the number of Syrian refugees resettled in the UK in response to a catastrophic humanitarian crisis.
An interactive action pack for schools is aimed at teaching pupils about challenges faced by women and girls living in extreme poverty worldwide.
It is not the people of Greece who have benefitted from bailout loans from the IMF, EU and European Central Bank, but the European and Greek banks which recklessly lent money to the Greek State in the first place.
The election of anti-austerity coalition Syriza in the parliamentary elections in Greece opens up a new path for tackling debt, say reformers.
Extreme inequality is threatening to undo much of the progress made over the past 20 years in tackling poverty, says the charity Oxfam.