People on the Receiving End of International Aid

Does the way that international assistance is now organized make sense? Is it reasonable for people in countries that have resources and know-how to provide these to people in countries that are deemed to need them? Is it reasonable to expect that doing so can contribute to overcoming poverty, alleviating suffering, supporting good governance, or mitigating conflict in the receiving societies? Is international assistance—as it is now delivered—working as we mean it to?

Full titleTime to listen: Hearing People on the Receiving End of International Aid
PublisherCDA Collaborative Learning Projects
Media typeReport
Topics International governmental organisations, IGOs (UNHCR, IOM), European Externalization Policies & Cash Flows
Regions All Regions

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