DFID White Paper on International Development: articles from Journal of International Development

DFID White Paper on International Development: articles from Journal of International Development

Series of articles from issue 10(2) of the journal covering the UK White Paper. Including:

  • British aid and the White Paper on International Development: dressing a wolf in sheep’s clothing in the emperor’s new clothes? Howard White
  • Eliminating world poverty: a challenge for the 21st century. An overview of the 1997 White Paper on International Development Andrew Goudie
  • The 1975 and 1997 White Papers compared: enriched vision, depleted policies? Adrian Hewitt, Tony Killick
  • The view from the opposition benches. Rt Hon Sir Alastair Goodlad MP
  • The new UK White Paper on International Development: an NGO perspective. Alan Whaites
  • A campaigning group’s perspective on the 1997 White Paper on International Development. Independent Group on British Aid
  • Africa and the donor community: from conditionality to partnership. Steve Kayizzi-Mugerwa
  • The 1997 White Paper: powerful poverty commitment, imprecise operational strategy. Aidan Cox, John Healey
  • The gender and poverty nexus in the DFID White Paper: opportunity or constraint? Jo Beall
  • ATP is dead: long live mixed credits. Oliver Morrissey
  • Conditionality or contract: perspectives on partnership for development. Simon Maxwell, Roger Riddell
  • The White Paper’s treatment of agriculture, natural resources and rural livelihoods. Diana Carney

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