Reimagining 'solidarity': how can we move beyond the 'aid' narrative? Reimagining solidarity: Time to rename 'aid' Language used in the so-called ‘international development’ sector often presents citizens of the Global North as the generous saviours of the Global South. In so doing it masks both historic injustices and current exploitations of power. None more so than the term ‘aid’ which undermines solidarity and distracts us from the real causes of global inequality. With growing consensus on the need to decolonize the language of so called ‘international development’, members of the Kampala Initiative [https://www.medicusmundi.org/kampalainitiative/] are conducting a consultation on alternative names for the financial resources predominantly transferred from rich countries to poorer ones, commonly known as ‘aid’. We aim to find a new term or terms to be adopted by our member organisations. The successful term(s) will reject the current damaging narrative and reflect the need to tackle the root causes of poverty as part of an equitable global movement for change. Take part in our name game.*Enter below, your preferred alternative name for 'aid'Your name:*Enter your full nameEmail address:*Country*Which country are you from?Any additional comment on your preferred name for aid?I am happy to be contacted by EmailYesNoDataI consent to be kept up to date by Health Poverty Action, including how I can get involved through campaigning and fundraising. For more information on how we process your data, you can read Health Poverty Action’s privacy notice here: https://www.healthpovertyaction.org/privacy-policy/ PhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.