Source material and useful links

for Tread Softly background briefings on Finance for Sustainable Development

Aid Statistics

Final 2016 aid figures from OECD

Final ODA data for 2016: an initial analysis of key points from Development Initiatives

Remittances

Migration and Development Brief from World Bank

Aid Effectiveness and Transparency

Publish What You Fund – The Global Campaign for Aid Transparency

International Aid Transparency Initiative

Aid Transparency Index

Aid Politics

Philanthropic Power and Development – Who Shapes the Agenda

Gated Development: Is the Gates Foundation always a force for good? From Global Justice Now

Fit for whose purpose? Private funding and corporate influence in the United Nations

Public-Private Partnerships

Public-Private Partnerships and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, from UN Department for Economic and Social Affairs

Reclaiming the public (policy) space for the SDGs – extract from Spotlight on Sustainable Development

Development Finance International

Sources of Finance

Addis Ababa Action Agenda of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development

Financing the future – How international public finance should fund
a global social compact to eradicate poverty, from Overseas Development Institute

United Nations and business community, out-sourcing or crowding in? from Global Policy Watch

Tax Justice

Tax Justice Network

Tax Justice Network: A transition – how the tax justice agenda has evolved since its founding of TJN in 2003

Global Financial Integrity

Honest Accounts 2017: How the world profits from Africa’s wealth

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