Global Processes

Jean Saldanha

2024: A world on fire in need of multilateral action

Our director, Jean Saldanha, looks forward to the challenges and events in 2024.

  • Global Processes

Historic tax vote at UN tomorrow

On Wednesday 22 November, the United Nations (UN) will hold a vote to decide whether to initiate the negotiation of a UN Framework Convention to strengthen international tax cooperation

  • Tax Justice
  • Stop Tax Dodging

An historic opportunity missed: In the midst of a development crisis gripping most of the world, the IMF and World Bank fail to provide a response

Following the Annual Meetings of the World Bank 2023, we published our reaction.

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Eurodad

Join Eurodad and partners at the CSPF and WBG/ IMF Annual Meetings 2023

Join Eurodad and partners at the Civil Society Policy Forum and World Bank Group - International Monetary Fund Annual Meetings from October 9 to 15.

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Tove Ryding

New report by the UN Secretary-General outlines the road ahead for truly global tax cooperation

The game-changing report outlines the options for strengthening the inclusiveness and effectiveness of international tax cooperation and presents three possible roads ahead, all under the auspices of the UN. Eurodad welcomes this truly historic moment in international tax cooperation. 

  • Tax Justice
  • Global Processes
Leia Achampong

Bonn 2023: Divisions over finance stall mid-year climate meetings

Eurodad's Leia Achampong, Senior Policy and Advocacy Officer working on climate finance, analyses the Bonn Climate Change Conference.

  • Climate Finance
  • Global Processes
Bhumika Muchhala

The grand narrative of private finance: over-reliance on attracting investment is undermining change at World Bank

This blog analyses the World Bank’s 'Evolution Roadmap' and is written by Bhumika Muchhala, from the Third World Network and Eurodad's Maria Jose Romero.

Read the full opinion piece on IPS News

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Julia Ravenscroft

The World Bank’s Evolution Roadmap needs a rethink to deliver for the global south, say more than 70 civil society organisations and individuals

As discussions on World Bank reform continue, the briefing makes six key recommendations in order to #RerouteTheRoadmap.

Read the briefing here

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Eurodad

Civil Society calls for rethink of World Bank’s Evolution Roadmap as part of wider reforms to highly unequal global financial architecture

Seventy-four CSOs and individuals from around the world are calling on the World Bank to first assess its development effectiveness and the impact of its private sector-first approach before designing its reform agenda.

Download the briefing

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Iolanda Fresnillo

The good, the bad, and the ugly of Macron's Global South summit

Last week's Summit in Paris ended without tangible results. Eurodad's debt expert, Iolanda Fresnillo, argues in EU Observer that it is time to leave distractions like the New Global Financing Pact behind and focus on more serious processes, where all countries can participate on an equal footing. 

Read the piece in full on EU Observer

  • Development Finance
  • Global Processes