Monthly Archives: July 2013

It takes a village…

Donors have been accused of ignoring human rights abuses linked to a villagisation programme in Ethiopia. As reported in The Guardian, The Oakland Institute has criticised UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and USAID for failing to criticise and act … Continue reading

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Sex work: lessons from the global South?

In June of this year, the US funding stream for HIV and AIDS, PEPFAR, ended its restriction on supporting the work of organisations who did not explicitly state their policy of opposing prostitution. The US Supreme Court declared the policy … Continue reading

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