A special report by the European Court of Auditors was published on Tuesday 20th March, exposing the weaknesses and failures of PPPs in the EU.
The EQUIPPPS network has secured funding for a three-year, full-time PhD starting September 2018. The project will examine the role of NGOs in Public Private Partnerships, across housing, education and health. It will be supervised by Dr Elisa van Waeyenberge, and co-supervised by Dr Jasmine Gideon and Prof Elaine Unterhalter.
Private financial capital, institutions and actors are playing an increasingly important role in international development. The Development Studies Association’s Business and Development Study Group welcomes academics, practitioners, and policy makers interested in exploring recent developments to their one-day colloquium.
174 civil society organisations from around the world have today released a statement calling on investors to cease support for Bridge International Academies.