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Maria Jose Romero

BWI Annual Meetings 2021: Political games while the world burns (1)

Business as usual prevailed over the need for genuine reform during the Annual Meetings of the Bretton Woods Institutions earlier this month. This is the first of a three-blog series dealing with the Doing Business Report scandal, allocation of rich countries unused Special Drawing Rights and the debt crisis.

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Eurodad

IMF-WB Annual Meetings: High expectations, poor outcomes

#AnnualMeetings #ClimateDebtJustice #COP26 #PublicServices #TaxJustice #PandoraPapers

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Jean Saldanha

IMF-WB Annual Meetings: High expectations, poor outcomes

Eurodad’s Director Jean Saldanha reflects on the “business as usual” approach of the past week, the lack of urgency around Special Drawing Rights, and the total failure by G20 finance ministers to address deepening debt levels in the global south.

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Chiara Mariotti

How the Doing Business scandal has exposed the weak accountability of the Bretton Woods Institutions

The Doing Business scandal brought the Bank's structural problems into the public eye, namely the weak independence and integrity of its research and the widespread conflict of interest in its policy advice.

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Ilaria Crotti

The Climate Emergency: What's debt got to do with it?

This document provides information for activists and social movements working on climate, debt and global economic and environmental justice. It has been published ahead of a global campaign pushing for climate justice and debt justice and includes tips on how to get involved. 

The questions are also available as a downloadable PDF in: English | Español FrançaisPortuguês

  • Climate Finance
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Julia Ravenscroft

It’s just the tip of the iceberg: Civil society organisations call for an overhaul of the World Bank following the Doing Business Report scandal

Recommendations include an end the gentleman’s agreement in the leadership selection process, reform of the Bank’s quota system to give more power to countries from the global south and no DBR 2.0

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Farwa Sial

Joint Statement on World Bank’s IDA20 replenishment

Today, AFRODAD, the Bretton Woods Project and Eurodad issued a joint statement ahead of the World Bank's International Development Association (IDA) October Forum, which will address critical issues regarding ongoing discussion over IDA20 replenishment. This comes ahead of a meeting of IDA Deputies later this month.

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Eurodad

Eurodad's proposals for a WB IDA20 replenishment package that delivers for the most vulnerable

Eurodad calls for an ambitious IDA20 replenishment package that ensures that developing countries have access to concessional resources to address their democratically-determined recovery needs.

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Eurodad

Urgent reform needed for World Bank to regain integrity as a global development institution

#WorldBank #ClimateFinance #PublicServices #DebtJustice #UpcomingEvents

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Eurodad

CSOs call for the fair channeling of Special Drawing Rights

280 civil society organisations and academics call on the G20 to agree fair channeling of Special Drawing Rights to countries who are in greater need.

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