Of: Göran Hydén
The previous government did not accept the opposition between effective aid and measurable results. Standardization, fixed-term results and predetermined monetary frameworks are some of the problems that the new government can now solve. That is the opinion of Göran Hydén.
October 21, 2014, Debate
Of: Kenneth G Forslund
The Swedish voice in the UN has been silenced since the Moderates ruled over Swedish development policy to be only about control of development aid money. The Moderates, unlike the Social Democrats, are rather uninterested in the UN. Kenneth G Forslund (S) writes on the occasion of a new interview with Gunilla Carlsson (M)
September 11, 2014, Debate