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Parliament debates how to ensure equitable access to vaccines

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At the outset of the new year, a cross-party group of MP gathered at a backbench business debate in Westminster Hall to discuss global access to vaccines, and the UK Government’s part in the international response to-date .

14 Jan 2022

“It is time...

“We have to do what’s right even if we don’t win” - Campaigners reflect on the fight for 0.7%

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Thank you to Richard, Cameron, Sabah and Peter for sharing your reflections, and to Karen for the quote used in the blog title.

A 'Save 0.7%' photo stunt by the RESULTS London group, 2020.

Let’s start this blog in 1970, the year countries made a commitment...

“Callous and short-sighted.” What do the aid cuts mean for global health and education?

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"Callous and short sighted." What do the aid cuts mean for global health and education?

The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab recently confirmed the Government’s plans to slash global health and education funding in the middle of the worst pandemic in a century.

In a...

April 2021 Grassroots Conference Call - Building back better, brick by brick

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For the April monthly grassroots conference call, we were joined by expert speaker Clare Symonds , Senior Policy Advocacy Officer for Tuberculosis at RESULTS UK. We discussed the April campaign to influence the outcome of the G7...

October 2020 RESULTS UK Grassroots Call - A fairer world by 2030

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This month we heard from Lilei Chow, Senior Policy and Advocacy Adviser on the Sustainable Development Goals at Save the Children, who is also a Co-Chair of the BOND SDG Group, which helps coordinate the different NGOs’ work on the SDGs. She explained how progress in international development...

September 2020 RESULTS UK Grassroots Call - UK priorities for poverty reduction

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On this month's grasssroots conference call, we heard from the ONE Campaign's Nasim Salad about the need for the new Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) to prioritise development spending on programmes that focus on poverty reduction and can demonstrate their effectiveness in a...

Why are we celebrating 0.7%? Find out in our April Conference Call recording!

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Our April 2015 Conference Call was all about celebrating the passage of the 0.7% Act , which received Royal Assent on 26 March, 2015. We were joined by Baroness Alison Suttie , one of the key figures in the Bill’s journey...

Webinar recording now available

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Missed our webinar on how to make the most of a meeting with your new MP? Don’t worry! A recording of the call and slides are now available here: [audio mp3="/sites/default/files/wp-content/uploads/2015/...

Parliamentary delegation examines Zambia's progress on TB and child survival

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RESULTS UK recently led a delegation to Zambia with four parliamentarians from the UK’s three largest parties to examine how the country is addressing the global health challenges of Tuberculosis (TB) and child survival....

Who's who in DfID's new team?

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Confused about the current state of British politics? Feel like it’s changing every five minutes? You’d be forgiven for having no idea who’s coming and going in leadership contests, let alone each governmental department. Luckily, we’ve created a short...

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