The 60th anniversary edition of the Development Co-operation Report takes stock of the multiple global crises that put current models of development co-operation to a radical test. The report critiques the failure to address the root causes of underdevelopment, calling out colonial legacies and racism in the sector. The report, particularly in its 14th Chapter co-authored by AidWatch, emphasizes how the current system and practices disadvantage Global South civil society organisations and proposes priority actions:  Deliver existing commitments; Support locally led development;  Modernize business models, and Balancing power relations in decision making.