As the world constructs the next phase of development and poverty reduction, Jonathan Glennie and José Antonio Alonso propose four criteria to help to define what should be considered development cooperation based on their new report for the UN's Development Cooperation Forum.
Following the 'Leave No One Behind' event at the UN last week, Elizabeth Stuart summarises her three proposals for how governments can reach the most marginalised communities and turn 'leave no one behind' from rhetoric into reality.
ODI hosted an evening of lively discussion on shifting narratives and images of development progress on the evening of 26 February at the RGS (with IBG). Watch the video of the full keynote speech and panel debate.
Our new case study on Ghana shows that despite weaknesses in accountability, Ghana’s newly established political system has overseen dramatic improvements in basic services. Writing in the Guardian, Alina Rocha Menocal gives the highlights.