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  • Throne Speech: Opportunity to Stimulate Canada’s Support for Development

    The September 23 Throne Speech offers a significant opportunity to meaningfully stimulate Canada’s support for development. It is incumbent on the sector to push the government to follow up its words with action in the form of a sustainable, transparent and accountable financial commitment to increasing development spending.

  • Reset Canada’s Approach to International Climate Finance

    This report presents Canadian International Development Platform and Engineers Without Borders Canada submission to Global Affairs Canada's international climate finance consultations: Canada’s approach to international climate finance requires nothing short of a hard reset.

  • Improving climate-specific development finance data

    This analysis proposes and tests an improved method for the valuation of DAC climate-related development financing (CRDF). This analysis also raises broader questions about the types of activities that comprise Canada’s current and future approach to climate finance.

  • Unpacking climate-related development finance

    This analysis updates our past work on climate-related development finance (CRDF). First, we outline the broad contours of the CRDF space. Second, we analyze Canada’s CRDF portfolio in greater depth, focusing on the increasing use of debt instruments and the overlap between gender and climate.

  • Canada and the UNSC: A primer on the upcoming election

    Canada is competing to win one of the two available seats in the Western Europe and Others Group of states at the United Nations Security Council. This article provides a contextual primer for the election.

  • Quantifying COVID-19’s slowdown in development spending

    COVID-19 has had widespread impacts in terms of slowdowns across a range of sectors. This analysis aims to quantify the slowdown in international development project starts and GAC contracting.

  • Development spending and the UNSC

    This analysis compares development spending for three countries – Canada, Ireland, and Norway – that are competing for the two available rotational UN Security Council (UNSC) seats, the outcome of which will start to emerge after June 17.

  • ODA in response to crises: Portfolio risks and fragmentation

    This analysis is the third in a series on risks to development outcomes stemming from donor response to the COVID-19 crisis. We argue that there is a high probability that the crisis will cause a fragmentation of donor programming portfolios and that this fragmentation typically favors multilateral institutions.

  • ODA is “recession proof”: a reality check

    In this analysis we outline risks to development spending stemming from donor's response to the crisis. We hypothesize that risks to development spending, given feedback loops, are somewhat independent of temporal uncertainty, as the crisis is long and deep enough to set off chains of perverse feedbacks.

  • Economic development and poverty reduction amid COVID-19

    This analysis, the first in a series, outlines projected effects of COVID-19 on global economic growth, trade, investment, and remittances, and global poverty reduction, before providing a specific outlook on Canadian economic growth.

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Throne Speech: Opportunity to Stimulate Canada’s Support for Development

The recent, September 23, Throne Speech, offers a significant opportunity to meaningfully stimulate Canada’s support for development[...]

Reset Canada’s Approach to International Climate Finance

This report presents Canadian International Development Platform and Engineers Without Borders Canada submission to Global Affairs Canada's international climate[...]

Improving climate-specific development finance data: A complementary method to DAC climate markers

The aim of this analysis is to suggest and test an improved method for the valuation of DAC climate-related[...]

Unpacking climate-related development finance: An update

This analysis updates our past work on climate-related development finance (CRDF)[...]

Canada and the United Nations Security Council: A primer on the upcoming election

Canada is competing to win one of the two available seats in the Western Europe and Others Group of[...]

Quantifying COVID-19’s slowdown in development spending: New project starts and contracts

COVID-19 has had widespread impacts in terms of slowdowns across a range of sectors[...]

Development spending and UNSC: How does Canada compare with Ireland and Norway?

This analysis compares development spending for three countries – Canada, Ireland, and Norway – that are competing for the[...]

ODA in response to crises: Portfolio risks and fragmentation

This analysis is the third in a series on risks to development outcomes stemming from donor response to the[...]