Australia

A first look at common standard implementation schedules

Thirty-five donor organisations and governments have so far released implementation schedules for the common standard on aid information, with at…

Posted in Australia, Blog, Canada, China, EC, France, Germany, International Aid Transparency Initiative, Japan, New Zealand, Sweden, U.S., UK, World Bank | Posted by: Andrew Clarke
 

Six new countries publish under AusAid Transparency Charter

AusAID’s Transparency Charter reached a significant milestone this week with the release of six updated country web pages.

The new ‘transparent’…

Posted in Australia, International Aid Transparency Initiative, News | Posted by: Katie Welford
 

AusAid launches Transparency Charter

On 23 November Australia strengthened its commitment to aid transparency by launching a new Transparency Charter, which will be implemented…

Posted in Australia, News | Posted by: Katie Welford
 

Australian aid agency fifth organisation publishing to IATI

Today Australia became the fifth organisation and third major official donor to publish aid information to the International Aid Transparency…

Posted in Australia, International Aid Transparency Initiative, News | Posted by: Katie Welford
 

Australian Aid Review recommends greater aid transparency

An independent review of Australian aid effectiveness has made recommendations for greater transparency of Australian aid. The Australian cabinet has…

Posted in Australia, News, Reports | Posted by: Katie Welford
 

Purcell: Aid transparency needed in Afghanistan efforts

Marc Purcell, Executive Director of the Australian Council for International Development, urges greater transparency in Australian aid to Afghanistan on…

Posted in Australia, News | Posted by: Katie Welford