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A climate action group are pictured in Newquay, Cornwall, starting a four-day pilgrimage on foot to Carbis Bay to protest climate inaction at the G7 conference. Credit: Robert Taylor/Alamy Live News

As the international summit begins in Cornwall, Amy Hall speaks to people showing up to challenge its...

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak jettisoned the UK's pledge to retain the UK's 0.7 per cent foreign aid commitment this week. Credit: Andrew Parsons

Britain’s aid budget cut is the act of a callous government. But we must re-think aid if we’re to turn the tide, writes...

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The government’s decision to scrap the Department for International Development will set back efforts to fix global...

US pop star Madonna reacts during the opening of her Mercy James hospital in Blantyre, Malawi, July 11, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

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Andrés Jiménez and Paul Cullen politely disagree on this tricky issue

Illustrations: Pete Reynolds

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‘Development’ has long been reframed and hijacked, but, Wolfgang Sachs argues, we need to move beyond its...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking at the opening of the UK-Africa Investment Summit, in London, 20 January 2020. Picture: DFID/Michael Hughes

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The government’s ‘international development’ strategy is a red herring for dubious private financing, argues Nick Dearden...

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The Department for International Development has become a lightning rod for rightwing anger. And with a new Conservative...

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The UK’s Shadow Secretary of State for International Development makes the case for...

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Is aid just an extension of colonial economics? Or a lifeline for imperfect but necessary support systems?...

In Nigeria pressure on natural resources driven by climate stress, alongside government. The link must be broken with Religion and climate change

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In rural Nigeria, religious leaders think sinful behaviour is to blame for climate change, writes Adesuwa Ero....

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These latest announcements look like a modern-day scramble for Africa, Kate Osamor writes.

A youth is escorted by Kenyan police officers as dozens of houses are being demolished to make way for a new road in the Kibera slum in Nairobi.

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Nanjala Nyabola on Kenya’s embrace of the Chinese development model.

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Hazel Healy gives five reasons as to why Labour's new development policy paper is worth...

Kate Osamor

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Kate Osamor, Labour’s shadow international development secretary, speaks to Yohann Koshy...

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Brie O’Keefe and Alexia Pepper de Caires speak to Ben Phillips about the...

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Don’t cut Oxfam’s support – we need it to root out abuse, says Colombian feminist Gloria Sanchez.

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