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G7 and Development

Analysis of G7 agendas, priorities and where development fares, since the last time Canada hosted the G7 in 2010 (Muskoka)[...]

Canada and the OECD-DAC aid statistics

Quick overview of recently updated comparative aid statistics from the OECD-DAC[...]

Canada’s 2016 ODA/GNI ratio: 0.26

Analysis of 2016 ODA and ODA/GNI figures from the OECD-DAC April 2017 preliminary update[...]

Analysis of 2015-16 Development Spending: Three Findings

Analysis of 2015-16 actual development spending, based on the Statistical Report released in March 2017[...]
Aniket Bhushan Data Data Data Data Data Opinion

Canada’s 2017 Budget: Why nothing new isn’t all bad news

It could be worse. From the Arms Trade Treaty to commitments to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights programs, Aniket Bhushan assesses the budget’s international elements[...]

Political Numbers: Doveryai, no proveryai

Un-spinning announcements related to international spending[...]

GAC Departmental Plan 2017-18, Development Spending and March Madness

Analysis of development related plans from the GAC Departmental Plan for 2017-18[...]

Main Estimates 2017-18 and Development Spending

Analysis of development related planned spending from the Main Estimates 2017-18[...]

The Crisis in Educational Quality

Unpacking the concept of educational quality[...]

“A very outstanding trade relationship”: A Primer on Canada’s Trade Footprint

Canada's bilateral trade foortprint: a primer on the heels of the first Trudeau Trump visit[...]

Canada’s International Assistance Review: Case Study in Policy Development

Setting out a framework to assess Canada's 2016/2017 international assistance review[...]

RMNCH Explorer

Tracking RMNCH spending in real-time[...]

Getting to 0.7: Three Scenarios for Canada

Spending 0.7% of gross national income (GNI) on official development assistance (ODA), or aid, is a long-standing target among OECD-DAC donor countries. Six (6) out of 28 OECD-DAC donors achieved this target in[...]

Building Effective Women, Peace and Security National Action Plans: Lessons from the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden

This year marks the 15th anniversary of United Nations Security Council resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1235) on Women, Peace and Security, which makes this an appropriate time to reflect on the challenges and lessons[...]

Global Fund Fifth Replenishment Conference

What is the Global Fund? How is Canada contributing to it?[...]

How renewable energies affect development

The first Liberal budget provided insight into where Canada is heading on the global stage. But it also left key transparency gaps that can (and should) easily be filled[...]

Three ways Canada can update its approach to global development

The first Liberal budget provided insight into where Canada is heading on the global stage. But it also left key transparency gaps that can (and should) easily be filled[...]

Follow the money: Where is Canada heading on the global stage?

The first Liberal budget provided insight into where Canada is heading on the global stage. But it also left key transparency gaps that can (and should) easily be filled[...]

Analysis of Canada’s Countries of Focus

Analysis of Canada's Countries of Focus[...]

Canada’s Development Finance Initiative: Resources and Analyses

Resources and analyses related to Canada's development finance institution (DFI)[...]

Developing Countries Trade with Canada: Gains from Unilateral Tariff Reform

How much could developing countries gain from unilateral tariff reduction and reform by Canada?[...]

Canada and the OECD-DAC aid statistics – 2015

Quick overview of recently updated comparative aid statistics from the OECD-DAC[...]

Did Budget 2016 Deliver: A Follow-up Checklist

Pre Budget watch list focusing on development, trade, investment in global affairs[...]

Budget 2016: Canada is back on the global stage

Pre Budget watch list focusing on development, trade, investment in global affairs[...]

Budget 2016: High level areas

Pre Budget watch list focusing on development, trade, investment in global affairs[...]

Findings from the 2015 Africa Capacity Report

Yiagadeesen (Teddy) Samy summarizes findings from his contributions to the latest Africa Capacity Report 2015 on Capacity Imperatives for Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) in Africa[...]

Muskoka MNCH and Fragile States

As a group, fragile states have lagged behind other developing countries in the achievement of many MDG targets, including those pertaining to maternal and newborn child health (MNCH). Aniket Bhushan and Rachael Calleja[...]

Is it time to change how we measure development effort?

Is ODA/GNI a good measure of donor effort? What is it good for? And what other ways might we measure fiscal effort on development more directly?[...]

Sub-Saharan Africa: 2035 and Beyond

Robert Rotberg takes a look at the 5 top challenges sub-Saharan Africa is likely to face as we move through the next decade and beyond[...]

Refugee costs in donor countries reported as ODA

Analysis of in-donor refugee costs reported as foreign aid, and the impact of the ongoing refugee/migration crisis on aid budgets[...]

What should Canada’s portfolio for private sector engagement in development look like?

Shannon Kindornay takes a look at some key lessons to inform Canada's approach to building effective private sector engagement[...]

Innovation in Development Finance: Time to go beyond the low hanging fruit

How to get beyond the low hanging fruit in development finance innovation[...]

A new approach to private sector engagement in Canadian development cooperation?

Shannon Kindornay explores lessons from her research on the role of private sector in development cooperation[...]

A Look Ahead: International Development 2016

A look ahead at the events relevant to Canada and International Development in 2016[...]

The Paris Agreement: Implications for Canada

The Paris Agreement was signed on to by 195 countries around the world. Now what? What are the implications for Canada?[...]

COP21: Summary and Review

A brief summary of the main points in the Paris Agreement, and financial commitments and alliances made during COP21[...]

In Fixing Fragile States: Remittances are Not the Answer

Despite being recipients of some of the largest diaspora remittance flows in proportion to their overall economy, twenty of the most fragile states have remained extremely fragile for over ten years[...]
Data Data Data

Climate Change

Analysis series on Canada and climate change, and the Paris COP21 conference[...]

COP21: A Beginner’s Guide

What is COP? What are the main climate finance mechanisms? What are Canada's contributions to global climate finance? What was agreed to at previous COPs, what are the issues at play in COP21[...]
Aniket Bhushan Data Data

Natural Disasters and Canada’s Humanitarian Relief Allocations

Natural Disasters and Canada's Humanitarian Relief Allocations (1999-2014). Data related to quantitative analysis on factors underpinning Canadian contributions to natural disasters[...]

Natural Disasters and Canada’s Humanitarian Relief Allocations

How need-based is Canadian humanitarian assistance? Kateryna Sherysheva reports the results from a quantitative study looking at factors driving humanitarian assistance from Canada[...]

Canada’s Incoming Government on Sustainable Development

This post follows on our recent series on the Sustainable Development Goals and takes a look at what the incoming government has to offer[...]

The trouble with Canada’s approach on maternal health

Valerie Percival analyses the issues with the MNCH program in its current state, established by the Harper government in 2010[...]

Does Merging Improve Aid Efficiency?

Rachael Calleja examines whether merging formerly autonomous aid agencies into larger foreign affairs ministries and bureaucracies leads to administrative efficiency and lower costs[...]

The Health of Our Global Community: Canada’s responsibility at home and abroad

Sarah Kennell assesses how Canada can take responsibility of its MNCH goals within the new global development agenda in the last part to the Unpacked series[...]

Canada and Climate Change: Earning a Seat at the Global Table

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted a week ago today at the United Nation’s General Assembly, contain all the needed elements for Canada and the world to take meaningful action on climate change[...]

How to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals: The Trillion (and More) Dollar Question

In the fifth part to the SDGs Unpacked series, Y. Samy takes a look at the why finding the proper finances for the new agenda is just as important as setting one[...]
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