Gender Justice

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 Liberia, Scotland, Spain, India, Mexico, Peru and Nepal. It also analyses emerging trends, particularly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic and the multiple crises facing the world.

 

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance

CSOs call for an end to discrimination against women at EU events

Almost 100 civil society organisations (CSOs) and individuals sign letter condemning actions of Green MEP during European Development Days panel, and calling for new Code of Conduct

  • Gender Justice

Joint letter calling for an end to discrimination in the EU

Almost 100 civil society organisations have written to EU leaders regarding the unacceptable and disrespectful behaviour of a member of the European Parliament at an Agora event at the European Development Days (EDDs) hosted by Eurodad and Counter Balance. In fact, the reaction of Mr. Bütikofer MEP to the concluding remarks of the host, Ms Jean Saldanha, the Director of Eurodad was very disrespectful. This unacceptable behaviour is aggravated by the fact that Ms Saldanha is a woman of colour. While this letter is based on this one instance of misconduct, it reflects a systemic pattern of behaviour that is not isolated to one individual or EU institution and that should be addressed by the European Commission in light of its commitment to achieve a ‘Union of equality’.

  • Gender Justice

CSOs call for open public consultation on the IMF’s forthcoming Gender Strategy

81 civil society organisations call on the IMF Board to support an open and meaningful public consultation process around the forthcoming Gender Strategy.

  • Gender Justice
  • IFIs
Eurodad

The Private Sector Window in World Bank’s IDA20: Where exactly is the development impact?

#IDA20 #Surcharges #IMF #GenderJustice #TaxJustice #ClimateJustice

  • Gender Justice
Eurodad

Join Eurodad's Policy Forum 2021

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

  • Climate Finance
Pieter Jansen

Reflecting the duality of gender and climate in the EIB’s Environmental and Social Sustainability Framework’s Standard 5 on Climate Change

This briefing aims to outline recommendations on how the European Investment Bank should address the interconnected issue of gender inequity and the climate crisis in the newly proposed policy.

Co-authored by Pieter Jansen (Both ENDS) and Leia Achampong (Eurodad).

  • Climate Finance
  • Global Processes
Eurodad

Covid-19 crisis: Key ingredients for a feminist recovery

In this second part of our blog series on Covid-19 from a feminist perspective, we look at what needs to be considered when designing policy responses to the Covid-19 socio-economic crisis.

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  • Gender Justice
Eurodad

Covid-19 crisis: How the pandemic is deepening gender inequalities

In this first part of our blog series on Covid-19 from a feminist perspective, we look at how the pandemic is impacting women and girls and deepening gender divides.

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  • Gender Justice
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