Of: Alexander Gabelic, Ann Svensén, Annica Sohlström, Gabi Björsson, Jens Orback and Kristina Henschen
The Government's development assistance platform has too serious shortcomings in order to function as intended as the Swedish development aid policy's overall governing document. It lacks analysis of the world around us and visions of how to achieve a fair and sustainable world. It is serious, say Gabi Björsson, Aleksander Gabelic, Kristina Henschen, Jens Orback, Annica Sohlström and Ann Svensén.
June 9, 2014, Debate
Of: Petra Flaum
In its change in development aid policy, the government applies frivolous methods that do not befit Swedish democracy. The opposition contributes to legitimizing the government's methods by not pointing out the constitutionally razor-sharp differences between letters and bills, while officials do not dare to comment on the issue. It writes Petra Flaum, policy and development strategist
May 14, 2014, Debate
Of: Eva von Oelreich and Ulrika Årehed Kågström
The new development assistance policy platform risks undermining the basic principles of humanitarian aid and should be complemented by a new policy. That is the opinion of Ulrika Årehed Kågström and Eva von Oelreich, Red Cross
April 24, 2014, Debate
Of: Lena Ag
The strong individual focus on the development assistance policy platform raises questions about the implementation of the structural changes required to combat poverty, which even today mainly affect the world's women. That is the opinion of Lena Ag, Secretary General of Kvinna till Kvinna
March 8, 2014, Debate
Of: Göran Hyden
Is the aid in a dead end? Göran Hydén wonders this due to the government's development aid policy platform, which is now out for consultation.
February 21, 2014, Debate
Of: Anders Nilsson, Gunilla Åkesson, Jonas Ewald and Kajsa Johansson
The government's development aid policy platform, which is now being consulted, is strongly ideologised and analytically deficient. That is the opinion of Jonas Ewald, Kajsa Johansson, Anders Nilsson and Gunilla Åkesson at Linnaeus University, who recently submitted their consultation response.
February 19, 2014, Debate
Of: Bertil Odén
The delayed development assistance platform, which is now out for immediate consultation, suffers from at least five ambiguities that should be addressed before it is submitted to the Riksdag. That is the opinion of Bertil Odén, a writer with long experience of development aid and development issues.
February 5, 2014, Debate