Publicly-backed Private Finance

Farwa Sial

Blended finance for climate action - Case studies

These two case studies accompany the report "Blended finance for climate action: good value for money?", written and coordinated by Eurodad, and supported by ActionAid.

French version | Spanish version

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
Farwa Sial

Blended finance for climate action: good value for money?



This paper has been written and coordinated by Eurodad, and supported by ActionAid. It explores trends, risks and opportunities of blended finance for climate action and highlights ways of ensuring that blended finance empowers communities, rather than create dependencies on richer countries. 

English version | French version | Spanish version

  • Publicly-backed Private 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
  • Global Processes
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
  • Global Processes
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

Briefing: Reclaiming sustainable infrastructure as a public good

Infrastructure is key for achieving sustainable development and for improving the living conditions of people across the world, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Paris Agreement and commitments on gender equality. Building on our work with partners from the global north and south, this briefing provides a framing to understand sustainable infrastructure from a systemic perspective. 

This briefing is available in English, FrenchSpanish and Portuguese.

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
  • Infrastructure

Case studies: Reclaiming sustainable infrastructure as a public good

Case studies that accompany the report "Reclaiming sustainable infrastructure as a public good" published in English, Spanish and French.

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
  • Infrastructure