Trading away peace - report
The report "Trading away peace" found that the EU imports 15 times more from the illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory than from the Palestinians themselves.A lot of gold - a lot of trouble
"A lot of Gold, a lot of Trouble" is a report about the Democratic Republic of Congo, published by Diakonia and the NGO SwedWatch. The report focuses on how Swedish companies should act when doing business in areas of conflict and extreme poverty.Report: Human rights in Central America
"Human rights and confrontation" is the title of a new report about Central America. In the whole region the human rights situation and that of human rights defenders is worrying.Israeli restrictions increase costs, prevent aid from getting to those who need it most
A report shows that Israeli-imposed movement and access restrictions on humanitarian and development work in the occupied Palestinian territory are costing donors and their tax payers at least US$4.5 million a year.AidWatch 2011: Challenging Self-Interest
The AidWatch report of 2011 confirms that EU member states are off-track to meet their aid quantity and aid effectiveness commitments, and are increasingly prioritising self-interested aid policies that are reflecting their own immediate security, migratIn support of people or business?
A new report from CIFCA and APRODEV, where Diakonia is a member, expresses serious concerns regarding the Union's future development cooperation.EU responsabilities: Concord narrative
Diakonia ia an active member of the CONCORD network. We often work closely togehter with CONCORD and its member organisations.Dashed hopes - continuation of the Gaza blockade
In June 2010 Israel, following concerted international pressure, the Governmentof Israel announced a set of measures to ‘ease’ its illegal blockade of the Gaza. Diakonia has, together with many other NGO:s, studied the effects of the ‘ease’ .Report one year after Operation Cast Lead: Failing Gaza
One year after the Operation Cast Lead the citizens of Gaza still have not seen any rebuilding. Only 41 truckloads with construction materials have been allowed to enter Gaza during the last year.Aprodev: Keep and develop the Kyoto protocol
A new global climate agreement is to be signed at the UN-meeting in Copenhagen in December 2009. In an evaluation, the network Aprodev points out the importance of keeping and strengthening the current Kyoto protocol.Report on the role of religion in development cooperation
What does the role of religion in development work look like? This was the theme for an international seminar. A report summarizes the discussions and conclusions from the seminar.AidWatch report on EU development aid: Lighten the Load
“Lighten the load: In a time of crisis European aid has never been more important”. This is the title and the main message in the AidWatch report on EU's development aid that was launched on May 14th 2009.Report on Swedish company Assa Abloy factory in illegal settlement
Diakonia, in cooperation with SwedWatch and Church of Sweden, have published a comprehensive report (October 2008) regarding Swedish producer of lock and security solutions, Assa Abloy, which owns a factory in the illegal Barkan settlement in the West BaNo time to waste: Lack of progress in EU development aid
The report “No Time to Waste”, which is published by CONCORD, a network where Diakonia is a member together with over 1 600 other NGOs, reveals that on current trends the European Union (EU) will have given 75 billion less in aid by 2010 than it promisedRisky business: Report on the Congo and the mining industry
Diakonia, SwedWatch and IPIS have released a new report that assesses the company Lundin Mining’s involvement in the mining industry of Katanga in the Democratic Republic of Congo.Tug-of-war over aid: Report presents challenges to aid
Not all international development aid reaches the poor. Donor countries, including Sweden, are undermining their development aid budgets and using aid funding for purposes other than efforts to eradicate poverty.Report on eastern Burma: Humanitarian atrocities exposed
In a new report the Diakonia partner organisation Thailand Burma Border Consortium (TBBC) exposes the Burmese junta as being the primary perpetrators of violence and abuse against civilians in eastern Myanmar/Burma.China and the end of poverty in Africa – towards mutual benefit?
In 2006 China hosted the Third Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) attended by 48 African heads of state and high level representatives.Report: The Paris Agenda and its consequences for Civil society in Kenya
Diakonia together with a number of Swedish NGOs have commissioned a study to look at the effects of the Paris Declaration on civil society organisations in the north and south.Evaluation of Sweden's policy for global development
Since 2003 Sweden has had a Policy for global development. This aims for coherency, so that all policy areas strive in the same direction and contribute to an equitable and sustainable global development.