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Where do the major political parties stand on development going into the election?

This analysis provides a quick overview of major party platforms and policy ideas related to development going into the 2019 Canadian federal election[...]

Canadian Aid and the SDGs – Prioritization, Resourcing, and Influence

Canada on the Global Stage: Where to Next?, a data-driven guide to evaluating political promises as we head into the 2019 federal election season[...]

25% cut to foreign aid: Common sense check

This analysis checks some of the assumptions and claims made surrounding a proposed 25% cut to foreign aid[...]

Canada’s Commitment to Global Climate-related Development Finance

This analysis, which complements our analysis of climate-friendly export competitiveness, discusses and evaluates Canada's commitment to global climate-related development finance[...]

Climate-friendly Exports: Canadian Comparative Advantage

This analysis looks at whether Canada has a revealed comparative advantage (RCA) when it comes to climate-friendly exports[...]

Canada’s historic $1.4billion annual commitment to women and girls’ health

Analysis of Canada's $1.4bn annual commitment to women and girls' health made at the Women Deliver conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada[...]

Canadian Gender Targeted Spending

In the 2017/2018 fiscal year, Canada's gender targeted spending totaled CAD $3.6 billion. This dashboard breaksdown Canada's historical spending in gender targeted projects[...]

Gender Targeted ODA – Comparative DAC Donor Analysis

Canada’s international assistance spending increased by 3.7% to CAD$5.6 billion in 2017, up from CAD$5.4 billion in 2016[...]

Increasing Development Spending at No Fiscal Cost

This analysis looks at prospects to increase Canada's development spending at little to no cost to the taxpayer, based on new ODA rules related to private sector instruments and Canada's new DFI[...]

Analysis of Canada’s 2017-18 Development Spending

Analysis of 2017-18 actual development spending, based on the Statistical Report released in March 2019[...]

Canada and the 2018 OECD-DAC Aid Statistics

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

Canadian Official Development Assistance Addressing Sexual and Gender Based Violence

Canadian ODA towards sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) prevention and response from 2010-2016 amounts to USD545 million. Since 2010 the value of these disbursements have increased 3 fold[...]

How Does Gender-based Violence Impact Women’s Economic Empowerment?

Violence against women and girls is a “global pandemic and a serious obstacle to sustainable development and economic prosperity for families, communities and states.” CIDP is proposing a data project to explore the[...]

Canada and the OECD-DAC Aid Statistics

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

The Changing Nature of Humanitarian Crises

The nature and scale of humanitarian crises is changing. The protracted conflict in Syria, the forced exodus of the Rohingya in Myanmar, the shocking intensity of weather events – these are data points[...]

How Much Private Finance is Mobilized by Official Development Finance?

Analysis of OECD-DAC data on amounts mobilized from the private sector by official development finance[...]

Canada’s Turn to Feminist International Assistance: By the Numbers

Analyzing Canada's turn to 'feminist international assistance' by unpacking the proposed targets and numbers[...]

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 – 2016

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[...]

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[...]

Data Report 2016

Key trends and patterns in Canadian international assistance, trade, migration, remittances, and investment[...]

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[...]
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