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EuroIFInet

Who we are
The European International Financial Institutions Network (EuroIFInet) is an informal but active network of European NGOs who are committed to watching and holding to account the international financial institutions with regard to their role in international development issues. The network functions as a loose coalition of equal partners who recognise the added value of working together to drive change and tackle issues which are beyond the scope of one organisation. The network brings together information and analysis from a diverse group of development finance actors in Europe, allowing for a pooling of knowledge, resources and ideas between groups who share similar objectives.

What we do
EuroIFInet provides a forum firstly for sharing information updates, secondly for facilitating engagement and strategising, and thirdly for enabling the execution of joint actions. The network also identifies opportunities and priorities regarding development finance issues relevant to the network such as governance of the IFIs, conditionality, safeguards, debt, tax, trade, climate finance, and private-sector finance. EuroIFInet also follows projects, especially infrastructure projects and the extractive industries, in light of reducing harm from projects, ensuring respect for environmental and human rights criteria, and guaranteeing effective participation.

A guide on how to join and work with the EuroIFInet network can be found in the document here.

 An online repository with resources on effective advocacy and in-depth analysis can be accessed here.

This project is supported by the financial assistance of the European Union.