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Jonathan Glennie has worked on aid and development finance policy for a number of organisations, and has written a well-received book on the subject. Before ODI he managed Christian Aid's aid programme in Colombia, where he developed expertise on human rights and land issues.

  1. A proposal for a new universal development commitment

    Other

  2. UN BURKINA FASO « PLUS VERT » : Techniques agricoles et amélioration des moyens de subsistance

    Research reports

  3. Development finance: we need a plan, not a wish-list

  4. A greener Burkina: sustainable farming techniques, land reclamation and improved livelihoods

    Research reports

  5. No development unless somebody pays

  6. Where next for aid? The post-2015 opportunity

    Event

  7. Where next for aid? The post-2015 opportunity

    Working papers

  8. The debate on development finance: new context, same questions?

  9. Grants or loans: how should the UK provide aid in the future?

  10. Game changers: global policy priorities for the post-2015 agenda

    Research reports

  11. What works in development finance: a new blog series invites cutting edge commentary

  12. What works in development finance: a new blog series invites cutting edge commentary

  13. Nepal's story: understanding improvements in maternal health

    Research reports

  14. Nepal achieves remarkable progress in maternal health

    Press Release

  15. Soft power to the people: Britain should use aid to promote universal values

  16. Should more foreign aid be spent locally?

  17. Submission to the UK Parliament's International Development Select Committee on the future of UK development assistance

    Other

  18. Beyond development finance: what are the benefits of specific global policy changes?

  19. We must rethink the role of aid for a new era

  20. UK should revisit its decision on South Africa and its concept of aid

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