Development Finance

Eurodad

220 organisations urge G20 finance ministers to back a new round of IMF Special Drawing Rights, as poorest countries struggle with Covid-19 crises

A new allocation of Special Drawing Rights would send a strong signal of renewed multilateral coordination that puts life first.

  • Development Finance
  • Global Processes
Chiara Mariotti

Mind the gap: It’s time for the IMF to close the gap between rhetoric and practice

As countries face the difficult challenge of recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, civil society is calling on the IMF to finally close the gap between its rhetoric and practice by no longer recommending austerity measures in long-term loan programmes.

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Nerea Craviotto

Time for Action: How private sector instruments are undermining aid budgets

The use of private sector instruments (PSI) has raised many questions regarding its ability to reach those most in need. Through this blog, we provide an overview of the findings of a new Eurodad report analysing the latest PSI data. 

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  • Development Finance
  • Aid Quality
Cecilia Caio

Time for action: How private sector instruments are undermining aid budgets

Official development assistance (ODA) plays a fundamental role in an increasingly complex development finance landscape. However, ODA levels have been stagnating in recent years and a new narrative placing ‘the private sector’ at the heart of resource mobilisation efforts has emerged. This report brings together and analyses all agreements and commitments made to date by DAC members on the topic of ODA and private sector instruments, their implications and the main issues at stake.

  • Development Finance
  • Aid Quality
Eurodad

Outlook 2021: effective multilateralism under the UN will be crucial

2021 brings the hope that the Covid-19 pandemic can be controlled, but existing inequalities are exacerbating access to the vaccine and with it, return to normal life. Here we set out what we expect to be the biggest issues we face as a network in the coming year.

  • Climate Finance
  • Covid-19
Eurodad

The Pandemic Papers: Reviews of Covid-19's impact on debt and development finance

Covid-19 has unleashed a crisis of unimaginable proportions. In this compilation of reports and briefings released throughout 2020, we review the impact of the pandemic on debt and development finance.

Read the book in English, French and Spanish.

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
  • Global Processes
Eurodad

In memory of Soren Ambrose

Eurodad pays tribute to the pioneering activism of Soren Ambrose, who dedicated his life to the cause of justice.

  • Climate Finance
EPSU

Why public-private partnerships are still not delivering

Today, Eurodad and EPSU (The European Federation of Public Service Unions) are launching a report about the broken promises of public-private partnerships (PPPs).

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance

Public Banks and Covid-19

#Covid19 #G20 #PDB #ODA #OECD #DAC #Gender #LatinAmerica #Webinar #Zambia #JobVacancy

  • Development Finance
  • Covid-19
Eurodad

Join the Eurodad team

A new and exciting opportunity to co-lead Eurodad's policy and advocacy team working on development finance.

  • Development Finance