Recommendations for the Financial Intermediary Fund (FIF) for Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response (PPR)
Ahead of the finalisation and implementation of the Financial Intermediary Fund, (FIF )for Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response, Equal International with over 120 organisations including STOPAIDS, Joep Lange Institute, Equal International, GNP+, WACI Health, Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN), Frontline AIDS and the Platform for ACT-A Civil Society and Community Representatives share ‘some key recommendations to make the new FIF Proposal more inclusive and sustainable. These recommendations push for GPI principles to inform the governance, finance and operation modalities of the new PPR Fund.
Applying Global Public Investment Principles to U.S. Global Health and Development Programs
Re-imagining UK Aid Through Global Public Investment
Equal International produced this briefing paper to present at an event hosted by Wilton Park on the 15th of September 2021. The event brings together key stakeholders from across the development and climate sectors, to reimagining UK development assistance to 2030 and beyond. It comes at a pivotal moment as the UK Government is in the process of developing a new International Development Strategy which will set out the UK’s long-term approach to aid and provides an opportunity for key stakeholders to influence that strategy.
Global Public Investment for Equality and Sustainability
A one-page policy note explaining why GPI is necessary for global equality and sustainability.
Global Public Investment in the age of Covid-19
A short article by Simon Reid-Henry on how the Covid crisis has highlighted what is possible in the current global political context, but also what challenges remain to be addressed.
Global Public Investment, Redesigning international public finance for social cohesion PAPER (September 2020)
Simon Reid-Henry considers the case for a more structured system of international fiscal allocations: Global Public Investment.
Aid transformed, towards Global Public Investment ARTICLE (August 2020)
An article by Jonathan Glennie for UNA-UK’s annual SDG report arguing that Global Public Investment should become a mainstay of our collective efforts to build back better.
The Case for Global Public Investment (August 2020)
A Briefing Presentation on the concept and its implications. PPT Presentation.
BLOG SERIES on GPI hosted by Development Initiatives (with OECD Devt Center and UNU-IIGH) (Spring-Summer 2020)
A series of blogs discussing GPI and the future of aid jointly hosted by three organisations. Authors include Gorik Ooms, Nilima Gulrajani, Harpinder Collacott, Gail Hurley, Libby Smith and Navid Hanif
Symposium on GPI at QMUL SUMMARY NOTE (May 2020)
A chair’s summary of the deliberations at two symposia hosted by Queen Mary, University of London.
The WHO and the future of international public finance BLOG (April 2020)
Simon Reid-Henry and Jonathan Glennie argue that the current Covid-19 crisis has highlighted massive underfunding of global public health bodies. However, the pandemic also presents an opportunity to rectify this.
Jonathan Glennie’s keynote lecture to Australasian Aid Conference VIDEO (February 2020)
A presentation of the main concepts of GPI, about 50 min
A proposal for a new universal development commitment PAPER (December 2019)
A paper by Andy Sumner, Myles Wickstead, Nilima Gulrajani and Jonathan Glennie setting out how much money could be raised if all countries contributed a % of their GNI to international goals.
From aid to Global Public Investment, an evolution in international co-operation BLOG (October 2018)
Gail Hurley and Jonathan Glennie argue that while most people thing aid should come to an end, the reality of our world demands a different, more far-sighted approach.
Global Public Investment 5 paradigm shifts for the future of aid FULL REPORT (September 2019)
The main report underpinning calls for GPI, launched at UNGA in New York in September 2019, outlining 5 paradigm shifts required to build a new era of international financial cooperation.
Global Public Investment 5 paradigm shifts for the future of aid EXEC SUM (September 2019)
The Executive Summary of the above report.
Launch of major report at UNGA in New York (September 2019)
A brief description of the launch.
Global Public Investment: A step in the right direction (December 2015)
An overview by Simon Reid-Henry of how Global Public Investment can be part of a wider politics of global equality. Book Chapter (The Political Origins of Inequality, Chicago University Press, 2015)
Where Next for Aid, The Post-2015 Opportunity REPORT (June 2014)
Gail Hurley and Jonathan Glennie, supported by a team of experts from around the world (including Rathin Roy, Alioune Sall and Francisco Sagasti) set out the beginnings of the GPI approach in a joint UNDP/ODI report.