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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.
The communiqué from this weekend’s G20 finance ministers’ meeting in Cairns tried to paper over increasingly evident cracks in the global economy, trumpeted an OECD initiative to reduce tax dodging ...
In July 2015, the international community will have the chance to change the future of finance development. Governments, civil society, trade unions and other actors will meet for the third UN conference ...
This blog is a reflection on the OECD BEPS year one outcomes. It has also appeared on Tax Research UK. Our overall feeling is that we’re winning some minor victories in the battle against tax dodging, ...
Thursday 11th September 2013 Campaigners across Europe are urging the European Commission and their Ministers of Finance to halt a dangerous slide towards secrecy of the giant European Investment Bank ...
This briefing gives an insight into vulture fund behavior, the consequences for developing countries, and lays out proposals for vulture fund legislation in the European Union.  Vulture Funds are ...
The UN General Assembly has passed a landmark resolution that mandates the UN to create a “multilateral legal framework for sovereign debt restructuring”. Promoted by the G77 countries and triggered ...
Guest blog by Oscar Ugarteche, coordinator of the Latin American Economic Observatory (OBELA), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, founding member of Latindadd and president of ALAI. ...