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Dan Carden

Dan Carden is the UK’s acting Shadow Secretary of State for International Development

Europe-bound. Migrant travellers from Togo en route to Italy after being rescued by Spanish rescue NGO Open Arms, February 2017. David Ramos/Getty

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Latest issue: March-April 2020

How we make poverty

Articles by Dan Carden

DFID and the UK parliament should – at the very least – insist that investments of the kind the summit is promoting – especially those funded through ODA – are measured against a rigorous ‘development impact’ framework; that they demonstrably tackle poverty, inequality and the climate crisis, and that the money could not be spent better.
The British government plans to divert taxpayers’ money into private hands – and away from the world’s poorest, warns Labour’s...
The UK’s Shadow Secretary of State for International Development makes the case for rebalancing power away from pharmaceutical...

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