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Eurodad (European Network on Debt and Development) is a network of 47 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) from 19 European countries working on issues related to debt, development finance and poverty reduction.
Article written by Christian Freymeyer. New Media and Press Coordinator for the Financial Transparency Coalition.  Illicit financial flows affect countries all over the world. Unfortunately, developing ...
Legitimacy and impartiality in focus The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is about to deliver a concept for a new debt workout mechanism. The concept has been developed by a ...
Eurodad demands developing country-led investigation as Development Finance Institutions set to invest $100 billion in the private sector by 2015 Thursday 10th July 2014 Some of the world’s biggest ...
A long weekend to reflect on an inspiring and energizing policy forum we held in Brussels last week, with colleagues from around the world, on the topic of the UN’s upcoming Financing for Development ...
Argentina and its bilateral creditors, coordinated by the Paris Club, have reached a deal to settle outstanding loans that were in default since 2001. According to the agreement made on 29 May, Argentina ...
By María José Romero (Eurodad) & Sargon Nissan (Bretton Woods Project) The city of Fortaleza on the north-east coast of Brazil was the selected place for a major political move by Brazil, Russia, ...
Rich country governments and multilateral institutions have provided grants and loans to companies working in developing countries for decades. However, the scale of this support has increased enormously, ...