Private
finance
Debt
Tax
justice
Aid
Financial
architecture
> News
The European Parliament voted today to strengthen rules on tax transparency for multinational corporations, but included a significant loophole which could undermine the efforts to stop multinational corporations from hiding profits in tax havens. While ...
As world leaders prepare for the G20 Summit in Germany later this week, plans for new financing initiatives for Africa have been put in doubt by a US$2 bn loan scandal in Mozambique. The German G20 Presidency intends to use the summit to promote the ...
Eurodad, along with eighteen other NGOs, has written to the President of the EIB Werner Hoyer, voicing concerns that consultations over the complaints mechanism are not open or inclusive, and that civil society is being ignored. Read the full text of ...
Reacting to today’s European Commission proposals on new transparency rules for tax planning intermediaries, Eurodad welcomed the proposals but said they still leave a lot to be desired. “We agree with the European Commission that we need transparency ...
Use our new interactive infographic to investigate what PDBs are, why their inconsistent performance is often due to the institutions themselves, and what a blueprint for a model PDB would look like.
Brussels, June 12 2017. This evening [Monday June 12], two committees of the European Parliament voted on new tax transparency requirements for multinational corporations. While the outcome would strengthen the text proposed by the European Commission, ...
The Development Assistance Committee of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD DAC) is seeking agreement on new rules for reporting ‘Private Sector Instruments’ (PSIs) as Official Development Assistance (ODA). PSIs are loans, ...
Together with ActionAid, Eurodad is organising a debate on Tax Justice for Development at the 2017 European Development Days. The debate will take place on 7 June from 18.00 – 19.15. The debate asks: “How can the EU ensure policy coherence for development ...
With its Compact with Africa, the German G20 presidency is actively promoting private loans and investment as solutions to infrastructure deficiencies on the African continent. The Compact aims at using public resources in order to improve the investment ...
Addressing the Financing for Development (FfD) Forum at the UN in New York, Eurodad’s Bodo Ellmers made this statement on behalf of the Addis Ababa CSO Coordination Group concerning the failure to address debt crises: “One unfortunate development ...