Humanosphere Examines U.K. Election’s Potential Impact On Foreign Aid, Global Development

Humanosphere: Where Britain stands on foreign aid-development and why it matters worldwide
Humanosphere correspondent Tom Murphy discusses the U.K. election and examines how its results could impact the U.K.’s role in foreign aid and global development. Murphy writes, “Differing priorities between each of the parties indicates a potential shift in [Department for International Development (DfID)] programs depending on the electoral outcome. U.K. citizens concerned about foreign aid will take some solace in the fact that all of their choices will largely protect the budget and adhere to the global goals and programs established in recent years, including the Paris Climate Accords” (6/7).

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