Debt Justice

Eurodad

Climate Finance: Where do we stand now and what is needed post-2025?

#ClimateFinance #COP27 #WorldWeWant #EndAusterity #Vacancies
  • Climate Finance
Eurodad

The G20 will fail again

#G20 #DebtJustice #UNTaxConvention #AidTransparency #AnnualReport

  • Aid Effectiveness
Iolanda Fresnillo

The G20 will fail again

The worsening debt crisis in developing countries calls for immediate debt cancellation and structural reforms, but the G20 is not willing to deliver. A truly multilateral and systemic response, that includes borrowing countries in the decision-making, is urgently needed.

  • Debt Justice
  • Global Processes
Eurodad

CSOs call on G7 to bring an end to the IMF's harmful surcharge policy

IMF surcharges are a system of fees on loans from this institution which places an unfair burden on vulnerable countries that are in need of financial support.

  • Debt Justice
  • IFIs
Eurodad

A look back at Eurodad Conference 2022

After two years of meeting online and three since we last met in person as a network, we came together in Brussels last week for our 2022 conference “Reboot the system: Defining joint strategies for economic justice”.

  • Climate Finance
  • Global Processes
Eurodad
Eurodad

Eurodad at the 2022 UN ECOSOC Financing for Development Forum

Eurodad and partners represented Civil Society at this year's UN ECOSOC Financing for Development Forum in New York. 

  • Development Finance
  • Global Processes
Eurodad

IMF/WB Spring Meetings 2022 - As crises mount, failed and insufficient solutions from the IMF and World Bank must be replaced

Call for decision-making to shift to the UN: “the most democratic global governance space we have.”

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Eurodad

Special Drawing Rights: Can the IMF’s reserve currency become a transformative financial resource?

#SDR #G20 #SMCSO22 #ODA #Aid #OpenLetter #EurodadIC2022
  • Aid Effectiveness

CSO letter on the worsening of debt distress in low- and middle-income countries and the role of the private sector

A coalition of 34 CSOs expressed their concerns regarding the rapidly worsening of debt distress and fiscal conditions in many low- and middle-income countries. Meanwhile citizens are facing inflationary pressures as well as the ongoing impact of Covid-19, the war in Ukraine and the climate crisis. This letter was sent to the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors, the Indonesian presidency Finance Minister Sri Mulyani and Central Bank Governor Perry Warjiyo, the European Commission, the G24, the South Centre and the UN Secretary General. 

  • Debt Justice