Latest Australian Council for International Development News

Australian humanitarian sector horrified at Rafah attacks, urges accountability
Lack of funding leaves sensitive charity data exposed
Climate investments important, but Australia’s aid budget static in real terms
ACFID statement on United Nations General assembly vote on Friday 10th May: Granting United Nations Member status to Palestine
Nationwide events: Australia joins global day of action to end arms transfers to Israel
Australia urged to commit $50 million for war in Sudan
Julie Bishop on gender in international affairs: ‘The women have the answers’
One year since beginning of conflict, ACFID urges Australia to join its like-minded partners in Sudan response
Declining aid investment risks our region’s prosperity and security
Israeli government must face consequences for blocking humanitarian aid
Australian humanitarian agencies condemn aid worker deaths
Australia’s New Governor General
Killing of Australian aid worker in Gaza tragic and preventable
Australian aid peak acknowledges shifting US position on Gaza, urges permanent ceasefire to scale up humanitarian response
ACFID calls for a May budget which recognises development as a key tool of statecraft
ACFID welcomes Australian Government’s reinstatement of funding to UNRWA
Details matter in $2b Southeast Asian finance facility
Reinstate UNWRA funding to prevent total humanitarian collapse
Flatlining Australian aid undermines regional security
Aid agencies warn of catastrophic humanitarian consequences of looming Rafah ground invasion
Australia must step up to protect civilians in Gaza
National School Reform Agreement Ministerial Reference Group
Review of Australia’s Autonomous Sanctions Framework
Allies for Uluru welcome wording for constitutional change
Famine, COP27 and G20 – Australia’s role in averting catastrophe
NGOs welcome repatriation of Australian women and children from North-East Syria
Grain deal catastrophe requires strong famine response
New Budget Increases for International Development Welcomed
Aid Sector Welcomes Government’s New $375 Million For Pacific Aid Budget
Federal Budget: Australia’s Foreign Aid Levels Risk Sinking to Historic Lows
Aid Sector Welcomes New Development Policy
Humanitarian sector welcomes Australia’s contribution to global hunger crisis and return to multilateral stage
Waiting for a famine declaration for Somalia is “too late”: Humanitarian Sector
Australia should boost its commitment to $5 million towards flood relief in Pakistan: aid agencies
Year since fall of Kabul, Afghan people face starvation and desperation
Australia slides down on global list of aid transparency rankings
Lake Mac supports Ukraine
Aid Sector Calls for Urgent Funding for Sri Lanka to Avert Humanitarian Crisis
International Development Commitments Must Resonate Beyond Electoral Cycles
Albanese Government’s early commitment to Australia’s international aid, climate change and Uluru Statement from Heart is vital
Party Election Costings Statement: ACFID
ACFID: Coalition’s Pacific pledge will strengthen regional recovery
People-first platform: ACFID welcomes Labor’s policy position on foreign aid
Australia must invest in Indo-Pacific health workforce and locally-led systems
Burnet support for investment boost in region’s health
New reports inform future of health in our region
ACFID sets out blueprint for Australian development cooperation and humanitarian assistance
Australia continuing to avoid direct sanctions on Myanmar military