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Fake Aid: UK International Development (Propaganda)

Fake Aid: UK International Development (Propaganda)

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Published by the International Policy Network this document reveals how public money is used to fund propaganda (often in the UK itself) under the guise of distributing aid to poor countries.
Published by the International Policy Network this document reveals how public money is used to fund propaganda (often in the UK itself) under the guise of distributing aid to poor countries.

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Published by: Charters and Caldecott on Sep 04, 2009
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Fake Aid
How foreign aid is being used to support the self-servingpolitical activities of NGOs
 
Fake Aid
September 2009International Policy NetworkRooms 200–205, Temple Chambers3–7 Temple AvenueLondon EC4Y 0HPUnited Kingdomt: +4420 3393 8410f: +4420 3393 8411e: inquiries – at – policynetwork.net w: www.policynetwork.netPublished by International Policy Press, a division of International Policy Network© 2009 International Policy Network All rights reserved. Without limiting the rights undercopyright reserved above, no part of this publication maybe reproduced, stored or introduced into a retrievalsystem, or transmitted, in any form or by any means(electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording orotherwise) without the prior written permission of boththe copyright owner and the publisher.Designed and typeset in Latin 725 by MacGuru Ltd
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 About International Policy Network
International Policy Network (IPN) is a non-governmental, educational and non-partisanorganization whose mission is to encourage better publicunderstanding of the role of the institutions of the freesociety in social and economic development. IPN achievesthis goal by interacting with thinkers and commentatorsin many countries and across many disciplines.IPN conducts, commissions and disseminates research,directly and indirectly with partner organizations, in therealms of health, environment, trade and development.IPN hopes that as a result of its programs, individuals will be better able to achieve their aspirations, regardlessof race, color, creed, nationality or human condition. www.policynetwork.net
 
Contents
Executive Summary 4Introduction 6
1 Partnership Programme Arrangements 8
1.1 Advocacy and politicisation 81.2 Losing independence 81.3 Unaccountability 101.4 Debatable policies 111.5 The future of PPAs 11
2 Civil Society Challenge Fund 13
2.1 Rights-based advocacy 132.2 Advocacy in the UK 14
3 Development Awareness Fund 154 Strategic Grant Agreements 17
4.1 DfID’S GONGOs 174.2 Lack of transparency 18Conclusion 20Notes 22

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