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Rupert Simons is stepping down as Chief Executive of Publish What You Fund after three years. During Rupert’s time, Publish What You Fund has strengthened its role as the leading advocate for global aid transparency. The 2016 Aid Transparency Index showed that aid...
This blog includes input from Research Assistant Ines Schultes. Thanks to Luca De Fraia, Deputy Secretary General of ActionAid Italy for comments on an earlier draft. On 4th March, Italian voters will be going to the polls for their general elections. Following an...
Publish What You Fund wholly welcomes the introduction of machine-readable code lists by the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC). Last year, our resident tecchie Andy Lulham blogged about creating his own maintained, machine-readable DAC-CRS code lists in...
Data for Development Festival
21st – 23rd March
Our Research and Monitoroing Manager Elise Dufief will be heading to this festival in Bristol. Organised by the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data, it will examine how data can support the Sustainable Development Goals.