On 29 September, the world’s heads of state will come together (virtually) at an extraordinary meeting to discuss financing for development during the 75th UN general assembly. This will be crucial in the battle to address the Coronavirus crisis.
The European Network on Debt and Development is a civil society network advocating for democratically-controlled, gender-just and human rights-based financial and economic systems.
Eurodad is a network of 49 civil society organisations from 20 European countries working for transformative yet specific changes to global and European policies, institutions, rules and structures to ensure a democratically controlled, environmentally sustainable financial and economic system that works to eradicate poverty and ensure human rights for all.
Eurodad seeks to promote fundamental reforms to how debt crises are prevented and resolved, and put the rights of people ahead of debt service.
Eurodad advocates for greater transparency and enhanced coordination of taxation systems worldwide.
Eurodad works to maximise the potential of development and climate finance as a catalyst for much needed economic, social and ecological transformation.
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Shadow report on the limitations of the G20 Debt Service Suspension Initiative: Draining out the Titanic with a bucket?
Covid-19 and Official Development Assistance: current issues and challenges
The Covid-19 pandemic is in danger of seriously undermining the capability of developing countries to...
A debt moratorium for Low Income Economies
This briefing provides an assessment of the costs and implications of an immediate debt moratorium...
The common good in post-crisis reconstruction: National Development Banks and State-Owned Enterprises
What is the role for public institutions with policy mandates in a recovery that addresses poverty, employment, sustainable development, and the real economy? Do these tools ‘crowd out’ private activity...
Fiscal space for universal health and social protection post Covid-19 pandemic: How to prevent austerity
In 2020 governments financed emergency care and urgent support to cope with Covid-19. While this short-term expending was necessary, countries must also continue to invest in long-term universal health, social...