Debt Justice

Bodo Ellmers

Vultures in Paris: Bilateral creditors achieve deal with Argentina

Argentina and its bilateral creditors, coordinated by the Paris Club, have reached a deal to settle outstanding loans that were in default since 2001. According to the agreement made on 29 May, Argentina is going to pay US$ 9.7 billion over the next five years.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Resolution
Diana Hulova

Ten reasons why the debt crisis is not over

This Eurodad report looks at the new debt picture in the sixth year of the global financial crisis. Debt vulnerabilities have changed, but overall they have not been substantially reduced. Unsustainable and illegitimate debt is still a risk to financial stability and, ultimately, to the economic and social fabric of our nations.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Sustainability
Bodo Ellmers

Vulture funds: US court ruling on Argentina enrages debt justice campaigners

The long litigation odyssey between the government of Argentina and holdout creditors continues.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Resolution
Bodo Ellmers

IMF acknowledges failure of recent debt restructurings, proposes new reforms

As the United Nations moves rapidly towards alternative proposals to sovereign debt work-out, it seems that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) does not want to be sidelined on the issue.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Resolution
Eurodad

Debt Movement calls for a total cancellation of Haiti's debt

Campaigners dismayed at the International Monetary Fund’s new lending

  • Debt Justice
Eurodad

39 CSOs sign up urging EU to cancel Haiti’s debt

Almost 40 civil society organizations signed a letter calling upon Members of the European Parliament Committee on Development and European Development Ministers to take action with respect to Haiti’s debt.

  • Debt Justice
  • Debt Resolution