Budget Analysis 2016-17
Budget Analysis 2016-17

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ACFID Budget Analysis 2016-17: Cuts Disappointing, Transparency Welcome

05 May, 2016

While the Federal Budget’s fourth successive cut to Australian aid is disappointing, in its aid Budget Analysis 2016-17...

Government’s Aid Budget Cut Signals No Vision

03 May, 2016

The Turnbull Government’s decision to impose another punishing cut on Australian aid is deeply disappointing. Australia will...

Aid 'Green Book' A Welcome Step Towards Greater Transparency

22 Apr, 2016 - ACFID

The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) warmly welcomes the Federal Government’s release of the Green Book...

ACFID in the News

Extra money for Fiji & Vanuatu but total aid to reach lowest-ever levels

ABC Radio Pacific Beat

While Fiji will receive additional aid money from Australia due to Cyclone Winston, and Vanuatu will continue to receive an...

Scott Morrison blames record-low foreign aid on Labor for 'blowing it all'

The Guardian

The chief executive of the Australian Council for International Development, Marc Purcell, said the budget had delivered the...

Peak Body Calls for Reversal Of Cuts From Aid Budget

Pro Bono Australia

The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) has called on the federal government to reverse proposed cuts to...

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Latest Resources

DFAT- Ethical Photography Guidelines

2016 - DFAT

DFAT's internal guidelines regarding ethical photography and policy on gaining consent.

Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) Thematic Review: Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment

2016 - DFAT

The purpose of this Review was to provide an insight into how gender equality and women’s empowerment is addressed in ANCP...

Sustainable and Inclusive Economic Development: a key role for Australian Non-government organisations

2016 - Veronica Bell

This paper presents a snapshot of the work of seven Austalian NGOs engaged in supporting a braod spectrum of econoimc...