A review of our best bits from 2020 and a look ahead to our plans for 2021.
Are you interested in conducting research into humanitarian assistance, international development and foreign affairs? Do you have strong research experience, good communication skills and knowledge of international development or transparency? We are recruiting a Project Assistant to support our exciting research into how transparency can help improve humanitarian responses.
Publish What You Fund is delighted to introduce its new CEO, Gary Forster. Gary joins the team at an exciting time, following the successful launch of the 2018 Aid Transparency Index in June under the excellent leadership of interim CEO Catherine Turner. The team is continuing conversations relating to the Index with donors and our […]
Publish What You Fund’s 2016 Annual Report and audited accounts are now available to view online. In his Chair’s letter, Giles Bolton recognises the continued role that transparency has, even in the changing global political climate. The report also covers the Joined-up Data project and OpenAg Funding Initative, which both began in 2015 – 2016, as […]
Publish What You Fund has released its first working paper with the Overseas Development Institute, ‘Practical Approaches to the Aid Effectiveness Agenda’ written by Samuel Moon with Zachary Mills.
Information on aid should be published proactively Public bodies engaged in funding and delivering aid, and those who deliver aid on their behalf, should proactively disseminate information on their aid and aid-related activities. They should develop the necessary systems to collect, generate and ensure the automatic and timely disclosure of, at a minimum, information on: […]