Each week on Engage, we aim to share with you a selection of links to articles and stories about the Australian aid program and international development that we find interesting or noteworthy. Here’s a snapshot of online stories this week:
- This week, Weh Yeoh discusses why we simply can’t afford to exclude people with disabilities in delivering aid programs in his blog on WhyDev.org, Why
including people with disabilities is common sense.
- Lawrence Haddad is the Director of the Institute of Development Studies in the UK. This week he blogged about his recent trip to Australia in Development
Down Under: On the Up and gave a summary of what he saw going on in the
- We read about the changing of the guard at DfID, with Andrew Mitchell
moving on and former transport secretary, Justine Greening taking the reins.
- The Development Policy Blog brought us Educating against corruption which discussed recent measures in the battle against corruption in the Indonesian education system.
- We checked out the World Bank’s data visualization Tumblr account which brought us an aggregation of aid and development related infographics on a range of topics from global water demand to the origin of development assistance for health from 1990 – 2011.