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CSOs urge member states to implement Court of Auditors recommendations on blending in upcoming Council Conclusions

Eurodad and several members, including Oxfam International and 11.11.11, have sent a letter to the member states' representatives of the EU Council Working Party on Development Cooperation (CODEV). We are urging them to use the opportunity of the Council Conclusions to ensure implementation of the recommendations of the European Court of Auditors regarding blending mechanisms.  As the EU gears its efforts towards the upcoming negotiations on Financing for Development, civil society ...
Ahead of the European Investment Bank's (EIB) annual consultation with civil society organisations (CSOs) on 2nd February, Eurodad and partners Counter Balance and CEE Bankwatch have sent a briefing to the EIB directors regarding the bank's priorities ...
This joint submission, co-signed by Eurodad and several of its members, including ActionAid, Both ENDS and Christian Aid and partners Counter Balance and CEE Bankwatch network, urges the European Investment Bank (EIB) to ensure that its final ...

Press Release: A dangerous blend? The EU must stop ‘blending’ development aid with private money until there is a radical improvement in accountability and transparency

The European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) today (Thursday) launches its new report which explores the EU’s practise of working with the private sector to partially fund, as well as benefit from, development programmes in poor countries. ‘A dangerous blend? The EU’s agenda to ‘blend’ public development finance with private finance’, calls for an immediate end to the controversial financing mechanisms until there is a radical improvement in accountability and transparency. ...