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Explore Development (aid)

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

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

Oxfam’s Haiti sex scandal highlights how girls and young women are most at risk in emergencies. Vanessa Baird...

Abuse must be eradicated but the attack on Oxfam is disproportionate, argues Maggie Black in this opinion...

Oxfam scandal no surprise

‘The idea of altruistic morality puts aid workers in a double bind, eroding true responsibility’

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A photographic account of changes over the years in: housing; water; education; health; sanitation; food and farming;...

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The world's poor are still losing out. They need a better deal, argues Dinyar Godrej.

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Technology can be a big enabler – yet the difference in terms of what’s available to rich and poor is vast.

This article is more than two years old.

Peasant farmers resisting the violence of agribusiness. By Nils McCune.

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Simon Trace on the skewed priorities of medical research.

This article is more than two years old.

Technology, whether low or high, needs to be appropriate and within reach to make a difference.

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Forget number-crunching; development workers need to get out into the field to understand poverty, writes Maggie Black...

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Aisha Dodwell argues that such schemes only line transnationals’ pockets.

This article is almost three years old.

It’s all about power, argues Nick Dearden.

This article is almost three years old.

No development process succeeds without the participation of those it targets, argues Maggie Black.

This article is almost four years old.

Development – when forced onto poor countries – is a dangerous concept, argues Amit Singh.

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