Debt Justice

#IWD2020 - Stop the news debt crisis derailing women's rights

International Women's Day 2020


#2020 #IWD #Devex #Gender #EachForEqual #JobVacancy

  • Gender Justice
Julia Ravenscroft

Impoverished countries spending up to 40% of government revenues on repaying debt, according to new research

A report published today shows that rapidly rising and more expensive public debt is pitting the rights of creditors against those of the world’s poorest - and in particular women and girls - as countries devote up to 40 per cent of revenue to external debt service.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Sustainability
Eurodad

How public services and human rights are being threatened by the growing debt crisis

#2020 #EU #Debt #AidEffectiveness #Devex #PPPs #OutOfService #GreenDeal #JobVacancy

  • Development Finance
Iolanda Fresnillo

Out of service: How public services and human rights are being threatened by the growing debt crisis

Public services play a critical role in advancing human rights and fighting inequality. However, growing levels of external public debt, especially in the global south, threaten the very services on which citizens depend in order to have even a basic standard of living.

Read the report in English, French and Spanish

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Resolution
Jean Saldanha

Eurodad's priorities for 2020

2020 starts the ten-year countdown for the successful implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. It is also a critical period for a just response to climate change, ensuring that those who are the least responsible do not pay the greatest price.

  • Climate Finance
Eurodad

Haiti 10 years after the earthquake: The fight for social and economic justice

#Haiti #EconomicJustice #WorldBank #EU #CBCR #TaxJustice #JobVacancy

  • Development Finance
Iolanda Fresnillo

Haiti 10 years after the earthquake: the fight for social and economic justice continues

On January 12 2010 an earthquake of magnitude 7.3 on the Richter scale ripped through Port-au-Prince metropolitan area and other parts of Haiti. More than 1.5 million people, representing 15 per cent of the country's population, were directly affected by the earthquake. According to the Haitian government, 316,000 people lost their lives. An estimated US$ 7.8 billion dollars of damage was caused - equivalent to more than 120 per cent of the GDP of 2009. Everyone in Haiti has a story that begins or ends on 12 January and many wounds remain open. Everyone lost someone. Everyone remembers where they were that day.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Resolution
Eurodad

Failure To Fly: Challenges and lessons learned from public-private partnerships in Tunisia

#DevelopmentFinance #PPPs #Tunisia #Argentina #EU #GreenDeal

  • Climate Finance
Bodo Ellmers

Report from the Expert Seminar - Promoting governance innovation in sovereign debt restructurings: What are our options?

This seminar took place in the context of an emerging wave of debt crises across the globe, and an especially acute situation in Argentina, which had already partly defaulted on sovereign debts and announced that action on debt needs to be taken.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Resolution
Eurodad

The right finance crucial to success of the EU’s Green New Deal

The new European Commission is sending a clear signal by tabling a “Green New Deal” within a month of its inception. But to be a true statement of intent rather than a mere public relations manoeuvre, it must speak to the urgency for action.  

  • Climate Finance