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Help in Times of Emergency Duncan Green Head of Exploration Oxfam GB June 2010 Current guide guarantees EU has swore to achieve 0.56% of GNI by 2010: guide levels anticipated that would miss the mark Primary shortages in Italy, Germany and France And the weights on help spending plans will just increment … ..
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Help in Times of Crisis Duncan Green Head of Research Oxfam GB June 2010

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Current guide guarantees EU has promised to reach 0.56% of GNI by 2010: guide levels anticipated that would miss the mark Main deficits in Italy, Germany and France And the weights on help spending plans will just increment …..

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Aid after past monetary emergencies

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The expenses of breaking those guarantees Harming needy individuals Damaging the certain social contract in the middle of rich and poor nations Undermining Europe’s moral power Why ought to rising powers then trust Europe’s guarantees on something else?

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The present emergency: Channels of transmission Aid spending plans? Government spending …? Casual economy Remittances Trade Finance

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Oxfam’s research on t he ebb and flow emergency 12 nations/2,500 family units + lit audit So far, nations and families managed preferred with the monetary emergency regarding we expected; Families upheld one another, shared sustenance, data, cash, kept children in school; But $65bn financial opening a noteworthy concern (help gives just cover 13% of that as such) What are the points of confinement of flexibility – for families and countries?

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Lessons for governments and givers Build flexibility before a stun, recharge it subsequently (before the following one) Volatility matters as much as normal streams/stocks Startling crevice on constant effect observing and veritable dialog with influenced groups Social insurance needs expansion – particularly into the casual economy, and programmed instruments Gender matters as far as effect and reaction Countercyclical spending in great times and awful That needs bolster from help framework

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Good v Bad Aid Do: store guard dogs, reserve long haul, bolster state limit, place government in the driving seat, guarantee downwards responsibility Measles antibodies spare 7.5m lives 1999-2005 Education for All Rise in General Budget Support (yet at the same time little %) MDG gets a model of good guide Don’t: overcomplicate, force conditions, bolster parallel frameworks, poach staff or tie help Over 2 year period, Uganda needed to manage 684 distinctive guide instruments from 40 benefactors, (only for focal government subsidizing)

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Beyond Aid Coherence is a twofold edged sword Effective states learn by doing (and now and then coming up short), so protect strategy space and pluralism One beam of light: creative financing, eg money related exchange duties; bank tolls Do No Harm motivation: Climate Change did not end in Copenhagen! Relocation is a Good Thing Corruption needs supply and interest Tax shelters take cash from poor nations

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Thank you! For more data, see Oxfam’s new reports on: The Global Economic Crisis And 21 st Century Aid

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