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Thursday April 30 2015 Civil society experts, ministers and ambassadors from five continents will meet in Copenhagen next week (5-7 May) to plan for a crucial UN summit that will decide how to finance ...
First published in The Guardian gu.com/p/47k6g/stw. No one said the fight for a better global financial system would be easy. Last week’s negotiations in the UN’s financing for development (FfD) ...
The IMF and World Bank spring meetings, which used to be a major forum for global economic decision making, end today with few concrete outcomes, the Bank under fire for its human rights and environmental ...
Statement by Eurodad representative María José Romero at the Informal Interactive Hearing for Civil Society – Third Conference on Financing for Development, 9 April 2015 Many thanks for inviting me ...
The large group of CSO organisations and networks that engage in the Financing for Development process conducted a thorough collective examination of the Zero Draft of the Outcome Document for the Third ...
It appears that IMF governance reform is heading towards a near certain crisis. 2015 should mark the completion of the Fifteenth review of IMF quotas, which affect the voting share of IMF members. However, ...
A little over a week ago, the European Commission presented its “Tax Transparency Package”. Looking ahead, much still needs to be done to address Europe’s role in supporting an unjust global tax ...