Editorial, Opinion Pieces Discuss DFID Merger, Race Issues Within Aid Sector, Global Malaria, Prioritizing Children In Development

Devex: The hustle — white saviors and hashtag activism
Angela Bruce-Raeburn, regional advocacy director for Africa at the Global Health Advocacy Incubator (6/12).

Devex: On the abolition of DFID
Clare Short, DFID’s founding secretary of state (6/16).

Foreign Policy: Malaria May Still Be 2020’s Biggest Killer
Tim Hirschel-Burns, J.D. candidate at Yale Law School (6/12).

The Guardian: The aid sector must do more to tackle its white supremacy problem
Anonymous, international aid worker who has worked at a senior level for U.N. agencies and NGOs for a decade (6/15).

The Guardian: DfID is a world leader in tackling poverty. Our international standing is weakened without it
Mikaela Gavas, co-director of development cooperation in Europe and senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development (CGD), and Rachael Calleja, CGD senior research associate (6/17).

Project Syndicate: Sustainable Development Starts with Children
Helen Clark, Board chair of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (PMNCH) (6/17).

The Telegraph: DfID reform was long overdue
Editorial Board (6/17).

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