Haiti: Linking up local resourcefulness and development assistance
Opinion

Haiti: Linking up local resourcefulness and development assistance

Is Haiti a cursed country? We could believe so five years after the January 2010 earthquake, which cost the lives of 250,000 people and forced over a million to live under the tents of refugee camps. Humanitarian aid has certainly alleviated suffering, but these same ills that plagued Haiti...
Jean-Bernard Véron
The days of easy water and energy are over
Interview

The days of easy water and energy are over

Between 3 and 4 billion of people still don’t have access to drinking water and 1.4 billion live without electricity. Which link between water and electricity? Which approaches to improve people’s access to these two resources?  How are these two challenges taken into account in the Post-2015...
Loïc Fauchon
In fragile countries, strengthening the State must be the priority
Interview

In fragile countries, strengthening the State must be the priority

Today it is recognized that there is no security without development and no development without a minimum of human security. Reducing the structural factors of State fragility and managing crises and their impacts are two challenges that international aid wants to address. Interview with Erik...
Erik Solheim
Neutralize facilitators of corruption
Opinion

Neutralize facilitators of corruption

International Anti-Corruption Day is of particular importance in 2014. It is going to take place at the end of a year which has seen considerable progress in the fight against this scourge and during the final phase of crucial negotiations at European level. The European Union is currently...
Friederike Röder
The BRICS Bank: A New Player in international Development?
Promoting co-construction for more effective development policies
CAR: And what if we broach agricultural development (again)?
Central African Republic: The Long March
Opinion

Central African Republic: The Long March

Jean-Bernard Véron
The European Union and migrants from beyond the Mediterranean. Could it do better?
Opinion

The European Union and migrants from beyond the Mediterranean. Could it do better?

In the aftermath of the Lampedusa tragedy, the European Council and Task Force Mediterranean are focusing on cooperation with non-European countries. This externalization of the European migratory policy can promote economic development and European Union values. However, to engender solidarity...
Corinne Balleix
Accelerating the demographic transition in Sub-Saharan Africa
“Leave no one behind”: How to ensure that development efforts include 1 billion people with disabilities
On the road to school, and after…
Opinion

On the road to school, and after…

Virginie Bleitrach
Pastoralism, development and security in the Saharo-Sahelian region
Africa on the right track?
Interview

Africa on the right track?

Désiré Vencatachellum
Towards sustainable development that leaves no one behind?
A Million Voices: The World We Want
Publication

A Million Voices: The World We Want

ID4D editorial staff
What Can Be Done for Africa’s Graying Population?
Toward A Sustainable External Debt Burden in Sub-Saharan Africa
Global environmental issues require a forum where humankind can reach agreement on basic public goods
Should China’s Relations With Africa Be Demonized?
Free up Africa's potential
Interview

Free up Africa's potential

Victor Ndiaye
People cannot be fed by governments alone
Interview

People cannot be fed by governments alone

Paul Verschuren
A State which performs badly is the source of all inequalities
Our aim is to shorten the time between the point when measures are taken and the point when aid is effectively delivered

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