Development Finance

Eurodad

Our Future is Public: Santiago Declaration for Public Services

#SantiagoDeclaration #PublicServices #PPPs #HistoryRePPPeatedII #DevelopmentFinance #DebtJustice 

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
  • PPPs
Mae Buenaventura

It’s Time to Move Away from Public-Private Partnerships & Build a Future That is Public

The rise of public-private partnerships (PPPs) has deeply affected the delivery of public services and infrastructure projects across the world. In this opinion piece, experts from Eurodad, Latindadd and APMDD highlight why we must move away from this failed model and promote public options to build a future that is public. 

By Océane Blavot (Eurodad), Rodolfo Bejarano (Latindadd), Mae Buenaventura (APMDD)

Read the full opinion piece on IPS News

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
  • PPPs
Eurodad

Our Future is Public: Santiago Declaration for Public Services

The Declaration is a momentous agreement signed by more than 200 organisations, including Eurodad, who vow to work to transform our systems to ones which value human rights and ecological sustainability over GDP growth and narrowly defined economic gains.

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
  • PPPs
Jean Saldanha

2023: A more just world is still possible

Eurodad Director Jean Saldanha looks forward to the challenges and solutions in 2023.

  • Climate Finance
Nerea Craviotto

GPEDC summit: New monitoring framework gives hope for better development cooperation

Last month, the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) - a broad and high level association of governments and organisations tasked with ensuring development cooperation works - hosted its latest summit. The stakes could not have been higher as the world enters 2023.

  • Aid Effectiveness
Chiara Mariotti

Demystifying Bretton Woods institutions’ rhetoric on public services

Drawing on the specific case of IMF and World Bank’s response to the multiple crisis triggered by the pandemic, a journal article shows that there is a discourse-practice disjuncture in the Bretton Woods institutions approach to public services as they continue to favour austerity and market-oriented solutions for the delivery of public services. The article therefore seeks to demystify the institutions rhetoric and demand the adoption of a different way of understanding public services, and social policy more broadly.

  • Gender Justice
  • IFIs
Eurodad

More than 100 CSOs call for swift action on UN tax resolution

#UNTaxConvention #TaxJustice #OECD-DAC #DebtJustice #HappyHolidays
  • Development Finance
Nerea Craviotto

A new Chair at the OECD DAC - the stakes have never been higher

The new Chair of the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC) is Denmark’s Carsten Staur – an experienced former Minister for International Development Co-operation – who will start his role in March 2023. In a world of overlapping crises, the stakes are too high to fail.

  • Aid Effectiveness
  • Covid-19
Eurodad

New report exposes failure of public-private partnerships (PPPs)

#PPPs #DevelopmentFinance #COP27 #ClimateFinance #TaxJustice #Vacancies
  • Climate Finance

History RePPPeated II -
Why Public-Private Partnerships are not the solution

This is the second in a series of reports providing an in-depth analysis of various kinds of PPP projects through seven case studies across different sectors, such as education, health, transport and water, and in countries like India, Liberia, Mexico, Nepal, Peru, Scotland and Spain. It also analyses emerging trends, particularly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic and the multiple crises facing the world.

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance