The worsening debt crisis in developing countries calls for immediate debt cancellation and structural reforms, but the G20 is not willing to deliver. A truly multilateral and systemic response, that includes borrowing countries in the decision-making, is urgently needed.
Over the last two decades, Iolanda has been closely involved in local, national and international social movements and has campaigned on development finance, debt, human rights, feminism, environment, peace, trade and responsible consumption. She has worked for more than 10 years as a researcher, campaigns and communications manager at Observatori del Deute en la Globalització and as a research consultant at Eurodad, Medicos Sin Fronteras-MSF and Transnational Institute, among others. Iolanda holds a MA in Development and Cooperation and a BA in Sociology, both from the University of Barcelona.