Eurodad's 2022 Conference: Reboot the system: Defining joint strategies for economic justice
Address: Les Ateliers des Tanneurs, Rue des Tanneurs 60A, Bruxelles 1000, Belgium

From: 09 June 2022 - 11:30AM
To: 10 June 2022 - 04:30PM
Bruxelles, Belgium

Taking place in Brussels on 9-10 June at Les Ateliers des Tanneurs, 2022 Eurodad’s Conference will bring together our members, allies, partners and like-minded academics in an inspirational and interactive setting. Through thought-provoking inputs, and careful facilitation, Eurodad is convening this space for the economic justice movement to analyse, strategise and organise. 

The event will have a limited capacity of people physically present, with virtual participation via social media, live streaming and video messages.

Addressing an almost empty hall of the UN General Assembly in September 2020, the UN Secretary General issued an ominous warning that Covid-19 was a dress rehearsal for a world of challenges to come. Three years into the pandemic, the world is steeped in multiple and interconnected crises: of climate change, debt, energy-scarcity and competition for other scarce but crucial resources for development. Against this backdrop, growing inequality and the irreversible breakdowns of the ecological system mean that women, children, youth, indigenous peoples and those who face discrimination on the basis of gender, race, disability, migrant-status etc. are hit the hardest.

At the same time, thanks to the efforts of civil society and social movements, including young people’s organised pressure for climate action, there is growing popular awareness of the climate emergency, the importance of public investment in health care and other social services.

Global economic governance has so far not been very effective in supporting the global south’s ability to deal with and plan its recovery from the pandemic while grappling with climate chaos. Whether in the area of debt and tax justice or development finance, the economic justice movement has played an important role in drawing attention to the problems and advocating for concrete policy change within institutions still steeped in patriarchy and colonialism.

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In-person participation

Registrations for in-person participation are now closed.

Remote participation

Most of the conference's sessions will be live streamed via Zoom and YouTube. Are you planning to join the event remotely? If yes, please register for each session below:




Attiya Waris
UN Independent Expert on foreign debt, other international
financial obligations and human rights


Maria Arena MEP
Member of the European Parliament - S&D Group

Emilia Reyes
Program Director, Policies and Budgets for Equality and Sustainable Development - 
Equidad De Género: Ciudadanía, Trabajo Y Familia

Jason Hickel
Economic anthropologist (remote participation)


Vitalice Meja
Executive Director - Reality of Aid Africa


Lidy Nacpil
Coordinator - Asian Peoples' Movement on Debt and Development (remote participation)

Elena Crasta
Special Advisor - Just Transition Centre

Chenai C. Mukumba
Policy Research and Advocacy Manager - Tax Justice Network Africa

Jason Rosario Braganza
Executive Director - AFRODAD

Arnaud Zacharie
Secretary General - CNCD-11.11.11

Isabel Ortiz
Director - Global Social Justice Program at Joseph Stiglitz's Initiative for Policy Dialogue


Jean Bossuyt
Senior Executive and Head of Democratic Governance - ECDPM

Carla Montesi
Director for Green Deal and Digital Agenda - DG INTPA, European Commission

Kristina Bayingana
Advisor to the Minister of Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid -
Belgian Minister of Development Cooperation 


Max Ajl
Author (remote participation)


Jeroen Kwakkenbos
Deputy Head of the EU Office - Oxfam International





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