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Transparency: the new development norm?

Those familiar with our work will know that every year we assess how transparent donors are in the annual Aid…

Posted in ATI, Blog, International Aid Transparency Initiative, Updates | Posted by: Katie Welford
 
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Making humanitarian aid transparency a reality in 2016

On 17th January, the High-Level Panel on Humanitarian Financing released its report Too important to fail – addressing the humanitarian…

Posted in Blog, Humanitarian, Updates | Posted by: Liz Steele
 

Why we shouldn’t be complacent on corruption

This week saw international anti-corruption day. So what? Few of the over 100 official ‘days’ observed by the United…

Posted in Blog | Posted by: Rupert Simons
 
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Joining-up data standards post-OGP15: a need for joined-up conversations

By Tom Orrell at Publish What You Fund & Joni Hillman at the IATI Secretariat and Development Initiatives….

Posted in Blog | Posted by: Tom Orrell
 
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The U.S. Commits To The Right Things In Foreign Aid Transparency: Increasing Quality And Use

This blog is from Laia Grino, Senior Manager of Transparency, Accountability and Results at InterAction. It was originally…

Posted in Blog, U.S. | Posted by: Guest
 
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Meeting the information needs of partner countries

Update: we received a very positive reply to our letter from Erik Solheim, Chair of the OECD Development Assistance Committee.

Four…

Posted in Blog, Letters | Posted by: Mark Brough
 
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announces the U.S. will join IATI at Busan in 2011

Road to 2015: The Home Straight

The 31st of December 2015 marks the deadline that donors set themselves to make their aid fully transparent. The Road to…

Posted in ATI, Blog, Road to 2015 | Posted by: Nicholas Winnett
 

3 months to go!

All donor agencies have three months left to uphold their Busan commitment to make aid transparent by the end of…

Posted in ATI, Blog | Posted by: Elise Dufief
 
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A Sad State of Affairs: is transparency a solution?

This is a guest post by Rodney Bent, Independent Consultant

With much hoopla in December 2010, Secretary of State…

Posted in Blog, U.S. | Posted by: Guest
 
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Aid and open budgets: what can development partners do?

This is a guest post by Claire Schouten, International Budget Partnership

The Open Budget Survey 2015 just came out…

Posted in Blog | Posted by: Guest