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Indigenous organisations and people from around the world have called on delegates to a conference on illegal wildlife trade to recognise tribal peoples’ right to hunt for their survival.
Christian Aid says it sees little in the Budget Speech, or the EU's new plan on tax transparency, to make a difference to the tax dodging draining billions from developing countries.
Christian Aid is to make an initial £25,000 available to partner organisations providing emergency supplies to the Pacific island of Vanuatu in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.
UN member states meet in Japan this week to negotiate a new global disaster risk reduction plan which aims to make vulnerable communities more resilient to extreme weather events.
Global and national institutions are being urged to ensure Sierra Leone’s religious bodies are given a key role in post-Ebola recovery plans.
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.