U.K. Labour Outlines Opposition Party’s Strategy For International Development Policies

Devex: U.K. Labour Party pledges to end PPPs in inequality-focused aid strategy
“On Monday, the United Kingdom’s Labour Party aid head Kate Osamor launched the opposition party’s strategy for overhauling international development policy. Osamor pledged a double-barrel mandate of poverty and inequality reduction if elected — in contrast to the current government’s focus mainly on poverty reduction — with a greater focus on local delivery partners, women-led initiatives, and reforming the global tax system. Questions were also raised among aid observers about suggestions that humanitarian funding could be redirected toward prevention…” (Anders, 3/27).

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