New ASAP Delphi Study on Illicit Financial Flows Post-2015

3 Jun

Academics Stand Against Poverty is conducting a Delphi study on the best way to tackle illicit financial flows through the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Illicit financial flows are international movements of funds illegally earned, transferred or utilized. Examples include the proceeds of crime and corruption and funds involved in tax avoidance and evasion schemes. […]

“Catching up in a Multipolar World” – Analysing Pakistan’s Economy

12 May

Mansoor Dailami is the Manager of the Emerging Global Trends Team of the Development Prospects Group at the World Bank. He is responsible for the monitoring and analysis of emerging global economic and financial trends that affect the prospects for developing countries’ growth, investment, and finance. Dailami has links with Cat in her capacity as […]

Pakistan Calling Present New Films at September Screening

16 Sep

The RSA’s (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) project, Pakistan Calling, has been growing in success since its inception earlier in 2013. Its development continues as new films are presented at recent film screening in early September to showcase the relations between the UK and Pakistan. Pakistan Calling provides a platform […]

Following the Aid Debate: Exploring Involve’s Reports on ‘Resetting the Aid Relationship’

27 May

RSA “Pakistan Calling” Programme Enters Successful Second Month

20 May

Paper Release: “New Technology and the Prevention of Violence and Conflict”

17 May

‘Resetting the Aid Relationship’: Involve’s Approach to Engaging the British Public

26 Apr

Democracy and Sustainability Platform Launches Today!

20 Mar