Debt Sustainability

Jason Rosario Braganza

Opinion: Will rich nations finally deliver solutions to the debt crisis?

We are at a crucial juncture. Global discussions on how to respond to low- and middle-income countries’ increasing debt burdens could lead us to a prolonged debt crisis in the global south, especially in Africa, or to game-changing debt architecture reform. The question is: What path will high-income countries choose?

  • Debt Justice
  • Covid-19

Debt Wednesdays: understanding debt today

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Sustainability
  • Type Event

Bangladesh, Covid-19 and Debt

The Covid-19 crisis threatens to erode two-decades' of progress on poverty reduction in Bangladesh. This difficult situation highlights the need for a more ambitious response to the crisis.

  • Debt Justice
  • Covid-19
Chiara Mariotti

Mind the gap: It’s time for the IMF to close the gap between rhetoric and practice

As countries face the difficult challenge of recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, civil society is calling on the IMF to finally close the gap between its rhetoric and practice by no longer recommending austerity measures in long-term loan programmes.

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Jubilee Caribbean

Grenada, Covid-19 and debt

While Covid-19 has had a limited impact on the health of Grenada's population, the economic impact of the virus has been devastating. 

  • Debt Justice
  • Covid-19
Tax and Fiscal Justice Alliance Nepal

Nepal, Covid-19 and debt

Nepal has been caught in a blizzard of economic and health challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Like other countries in the global south, it has received insufficient and inadequate support to tackle these challenges. The consequences of the lack of international solidarity are being felt by the most vulnerable people across the country.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Sustainability
Eurodad

The Pandemic Papers: Reviews of Covid-19's impact on debt and development finance

Covid-19 has unleashed a crisis of unimaginable proportions. In this compilation of reports and briefings released throughout 2020, we review the impact of the pandemic on debt and development finance.

Read the book in English, French and Spanish.

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
  • Global Processes
Julia Ravenscroft

Over 500 organisations and academics around the world call on IMF to stop promoting austerity in the Coronavirus recovery period

  • Eurodad analysis shows Covid-19 ‘recovery packages’ could force tax increases and spending cuts in 80 developing countries by 2023, threatening achievement of SDGs.
  • 59 countries have fiscal consolidation plans over next three years that are almost five times larger than Covid-19 response packages implemented in 2020
  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Sustainability
Daniel Munevar

Arrested Development: International Monetary Fund lending and austerity post Covid-19

A Eurodad-led review reveals insufficient and inadequate multilateral response to the Covid-19 pandemic on the part of the IMF, locking a large number of countries into a decade-long crisis of debt and austerity. 

Read the report in EnglishSpanish, Portuguese and French.

  • Debt Justice
  • Global Processes