As many people across the world celebrate the LGBTQ+ community during this month of Pride, we discuss how and why the UK should better promote and protect the rights of LGBTQ+ communities in developing countries through its aid programme.
The recent $5 billion overnight cut in UK foreign aid highlights the importance of understanding the politics of aid spending. This blog explores the role of international travel by rich country citizens to poorer countries in determining attitudes towards aid, and the potential value of volunteer t...
Two positive development stories emerged from the UK education sector last week: A new tutoring scheme is hiring Sri Lankan tutors for British children. And the UK Department for Education is proposing a new international teaching qualification, which could make international recruitment easier.
The 2019 UK Conservative Party manifesto committed the UK government to “stand up for the right of every girl in the world to have 12 years of quality education.” We offer five recommendations to help the UK government deliver on its manifesto commitment.
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