Debt Justice

Join Eurodad and partners at the WBG/ IMF Spring Meetings

Join Eurodad and partners at the Civil Society Policy Forum and World Bank Group - International Monetary Fund Spring Meetings this April.

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Ilaria Crotti

Infogram: Ghana and the debt crisis

Ghana passed quickly from being the poster child economy for West Africa to being one step away from losing its access to international capital markets.

  • Debt Justice
  • Covid-19
Iolanda Fresnillo

G20 buries its head in the sand amidst increasing calls for action on sovereign debt

Last week, G20 Finance Ministers failed to act on calls to enhance the Common Framework. In this article we look at the trends and risks regarding sovereign debt that the G20 seem to be ignoring and we believe will need close attention in the coming months. 

This article was originally published on 16 February and updated on 24 February. 

  • Debt Justice
  • IFIs
Eurodad

2022: The year of uncertainty

#Covid19 #IMFNews #RST #EIB #DebtSwap #Infrastructure
  • Development Finance
  • Covid-19
Eurodad

Eurodad reaction to the finalisation of IDA20 Replenishment

#DebtJustice #IDA20 #WorldBank #PolicyForum
  • Development Finance
Iolanda Fresnillo

Stepping up the Common Framework or reforming the debt architecture, this is the real question

On Thursday, the IMF published a blog on the problems facing the implementation of the G20 Common Framework (CF). This signals a victory for civil society campaigners – but is ultimately too little too late.

  • Debt Justice
  • Covid-19
Daniel Munevar

A guide to IMF surcharges

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. This guide explores how IMF surcharges work and provides an overview of the costs they impose on IMF borrowing at the global and country level. The large costs associated with surcharges are unjustified in the current global health crisis.

  • Debt Justice
  • IMF
Eurodad

Has COP26 delivered enough on climate finance to drive the ambition that vulnerable communities need?

Eurodad experts analyse how COP26 failed to deliver on climate finance, loss and damage and adaptation.

  • Climate Finance
  • Global Processes
Daniel Munevar

Social unrest, fiscal adjustment and debt sustainability after Covid-19

Without a human rights-based alternative to austerity, many countries will find themselves trapped in a vicious cycle of self-defeating fiscal adjustments, instability and unsustainable debts.

  • Debt Justice
  • Covid-19
Eurodad

Join Eurodad's Policy Forum 2021

Join Eurodad at the virtual Policy Forum 2021 taking place from 22 to 25 November.

  • Climate Finance