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Gavin Crowden, UNICEF UK's International Policy and Parliamentary Manager, asks: What is Andrew Mitchell's legacy for DFID?
Significant progress was made at the recent Aid Effectiveness Forum
in Busan, South Korea, says UNICEF UK Policy and Research Officer Rosie
Stainton, but there is still much to do.
Antony Spalton, specialist in Disaster Risk Reduction, has seen first-hand the devastating effects that climate-linked disasters can have on children’s lives. He tells us what leaders at the COP17 climate change summit in Durban can do about it.
International policy officer, and party conference rookie, Rosie
Stainton on UNICEF UK's event at the Labour Party Conference on climate
change and children - and why Labour's emerging development is still
very much in development.
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