News & Analysis

News and analysis on complex policy issues by experts in their field.

Julia Ravenscroft

Eurodad comment on the “LuxLetters scandal”

Today, a new international tax scandal known as LuxLetters was revealed by Le Monde, Die Süddeutsche Zeitung, El Mundo, Woxx and Investigative Reporting Project, in cooperation with Tax Justice Network and The Signals Network. 

  • Tax Justice

NGOs letter on the EIB’s review process of the Environmental and Social Sustainability Framework

This joint advocacy letter urges the European Investment Bank to ensure a meaningful public consultation. 

  • Climate Finance
  • IFIs

Joint Civil Society Letter to the EIB Board of Governors

On June 18, the European Investment Bank's board of governors are convening. Together with 24 other Civil Society Organisations, we are asking the bank to reform. By following the six steps outlined in our open letter, Finance Ministers can transform EIB into a public bank that works for everyone.

Christopher Hope

Special Drawing Rights: Saving the global economy and bolstering recovery in pandemic times

A summary of key issues emerging from recent high-level event on SDR recycling mechanisms, funds, and vehicles.

This is a guest blog written by Bhumika Muchhala (Senior Policy Researcher on Global Economic Governance, Third World Network), and Christopher Hope (Policy Officer, Bretton Woods Project).

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Eurodad

62 CSOs deliver open letter on the Debt Transparency Initiative (DTI) to OECD, G20 and European Commission

62 civil society organisations and global networks across the world have published an open letter expressing their concerns about the design, consultation process and establishment of the ‘inadequate’ OECD Debt Transparency Initiative (DTI).

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Resolution
Daniel Munevar

Infogram: Debt, Colombia and Covid-19

Covid-19 has left Colombia in a precarious position. The following infographic highlights why urgent multilateral support is needed to help the country address its debt burden.

 

  • Debt Justice
  • Covid-19
Daniel Munevar

Infogram: Sovereign Bonds and the Covid-19 Debt Crisis

Dive deeper into key Sovereign Bond data from Sleep now in the fire: Sovereign Bonds and the Covid-19 Debt Crisis in this interactive infographic.

  • Debt Justice
  • Covid-19
Leia Achampong

Joint Open CSO Advocacy letter: Petersberg Climate Dialogue (PCD) - 6-7 May

For the Petersberg Climate Dialogue this week, Eurodad and 14 other civil society organisations and movements are publishing a letter which we have sent to the convening nations. 

Leia Achampong

A lot happened on international climate finance at the US Climate Summit; but what does it all mean?

While the Leaders' Summit on Climate brought together climate laggards and climate-vulnerable countries, the ‘invite-only’ nature of the Summit is another reminder that the climate agenda is still largely driven by rich, developed countries.

By Leia Achampong (Eurodad) and Carola Mejia (LATINDADD)

  • Climate Finance
  • Global Processes
Daniel Munevar

Is the IMF doing enough?

The failure of the IMF to respond to the Covid-19 crisis highlights the need for urgent international financial architecture reform. Eurodad's debt team analyse the data in this infograph.

  • Debt Justice
  • IFIs

The Civil Society FfD Group's reaction to the 2021 Financing for Development Forum

This year, the ECOSOC Financing for Development Forum took place virtually from 12 and 15 April.

  • Development Finance
  • Global Processes
Eurodad

Open letter to MEPs defending real public country by country reporting in trialogue negotiations.

Eighty civil society organisations, trade unions and networks from across Europe and all other regions urge MEPs to stand firm in defence of public country-by-country reporting.

  • Tax Justice
  • Stop Tax Dodging