An uneasy European consensus for development

This week in Brussels, the European Union (EU) institutions proudly launched a new ‘Consensus for Development’ that will shape their development policy for the next ten years. The European Union and its member states collectively account for just over half of global...

Five years on – How transparent is the EU’s aid?

This blog post originally appeared on BlogActiv.eu. If – as the UK Prime Minister David Cameron is finding out  – a week is a long time in politics, then five years can appear a lifetime when you don’t have the information you need. The European landscape...

2015 Aid Transparency Reviews

Our 2015 Reviews assessed a smaller number of key donors in the run up to the Busan deadline and were released in mid-2015 2015 EU Aid Transparency Review 2015 U.S. Aid Transparency...

The 2015 EU Aid Transparency Review is out!

The 2015 EU Aid Transparency Review finds that lack of transparency by major European donors is hindering development outcomes in some of the poorest countries in the world.   Download the 2015 EU Aid Transparency Review...

CSOs submit concerns to EIB on draft transparency policy

A group of international CSOs, including Publish What You Fund, have submitted a letter to Directors of the European Investment Bank (EIB) expressing concerns that the Bank’s draft transparency policy is a backwards step and not in keeping with other international...