Category Archives: Political economy

Aid eligibility in a mobile, high-velocity world

Why are we still allocating funds for health to precisely those national governments who fail to care for or dedicate funding to those who need it? Continue reading

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Don’t Brexit the AIDS response: The world we come home to from Durban

Hands off the lawyers, hands off the drugs. Continue reading

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Pooh on Brexit

“Well, good-bye. I must be going on.” Pooh started to climb out of the hole. He pulled with his front paws, and pushed with his back paws…and then… “Oh, help!” said Pooh. “I’d better go back.” “Oh, bother!” said Pooh. … Continue reading

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Who Pays to Fulfill Health Rights? Aid Eligibility, Accountability and Fiscal Space

Reposted from Health and Human Rights Journal  Now that members of the UN have adopted the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the next question is: how to pay for it all? The answers raise questions about aid eligibility, transparency and accountability. 

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