Category Archives: Foreign aid

LATIN AMERICAN DONORS’ DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION POLICIES

Last February, the Development Policy Centre at Crawford School of Public Policy of ANU hold the 2014 Australasian Aid and International Development Policy Workshop. The event had more than 50 papers spread over some 19 plenary and panel sessions, session topics include: changing aid frameworks, labour mobility, disaster management, health and aid, fragile states and governance, and more.

ANCLAS Deputy Director Dr. Sean Burges and Carmen Robledo, ANCLAS Associate and PhD candidate at the School of Politics of International Relations of ANU represented ANCLAS in the event.

Dr. Burges participated in the  a plenary panel session – Making their mark: the BRICS and aid with the presentation titled “Brazil’s international development cooperation: old and new motivations”. To read an abstract of Dr. Bruges’ presentation visit the DevPolicy blog.

Ms. Carmen Robledo participated in a panel on donors studies. Her presentation focused on the motivations driving developing assistance policies in Latin America. To see the slides of Carmen’s presentation click here and to read an abstract of this presentation see her contribution on the DevPolicy blog.

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Brazil increases aid and loans to African countries

As Brazil shifts from aid recipient to aid provider, African countries are an obvious target, the NY Times reports.

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