• A truck is loaded with coal in an open cast mine being overseen by an Australian construction company. Photo: Chris Stowers © Panos

    G20 coal subsidies

    As leaders gather for the G20 summit in Japan, major new research reveals that – ten years on from pledging to phase out harmful fossil fuel subsidies – they continue to give huge handouts to the coal industry. 

  • Complex risks. Photo: Steven Dickie/

    Risk-informed development

    In the face of complex threats to human progress, development must be done differently. New research highlights the need for a risk-informed approach.

  • MOL Bravo transits from the Suez Canal, Egypt to Florida, US. Photo: JAXPORT/Flickr CC-BY-NC-ND

    Exit from aid

    Companion papers analysing the impact on countries transitioning from low- to middle-income status, and the approaches of development partners transitioning out of bilateral aid programmes.

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Newly published figures for aid in 1968

Articles and blogs | August 1969
This press release summarises recent figures from the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

The aid relationship

Books or book chapters | December 1968 | Andrzej Krassowski
This book presents a discussion of aid strategy with examples from the American experience in Tunisia.

The business of development

Books or book chapters | December 1968 | Donald Tyerman and Ernest Parsons
A booklet discussing the business of development and the Second UNCTAD conference, which took place in New Delhi.