ON DEVELOPMENT | Policymakers and racial justice activists came together to discuss decolonizing aid. Here’s what happened…Behind closed doors: Views on decolonizing aid

August 12, 2022

Two visions are battling it out. The winner may just shape the future of humanitarian response.

Source: Policymakers and racial justice activists came together to discuss decolonising aid. Here’s what happened…Behind closed doors: Views on decolonising aid, The New Humanitarian, by Heba Aly, 11 August 2022

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