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Brussels April 19 2017. Civil Society Organisations are calling on the European Council and Parliament to ensure transparent and accountable regulation of the European Fund for Sustainable Development (EFSD). The fund is part of the European External ...
The latest statistics on Official Development Assistance (ODA) were released yesterday, and reported that total ODA from members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development Assistance Committee (OECD DAC) group of rich countries was US$142.6 ...
While media reports largely focussed on trade policy – an area the G20 has never made important decisions on – the real impact of the new US administration has been to severely limit the scope of new initiatives planned by the G20 this year, highlighting ...
The following list of recommendations has been sent to the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) ahead of a meeting on March 9 in which delegates will discuss how to channel aid through the private sector. This briefing has been endorsed by 14 national ...
On Monday 12 December, more than 100 campaigners from over 20 countries across Europe were in Luxembourg to show support for the LuxLeaks whistleblowers Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet, as well as journalist, Edouard Perrin, at the start of their retrial. ...
This paper has been coordinated by the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad), with the input of various Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). It provides an analysis, with key recommendations in bold, of the proposals made by the Development Assistance ...
This year’s Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank took place against the backdrop of continued sluggish growth in developed and developing countries alike. The impact of the commodity price crash weighs heavily on many developing countries and has ...
On Monday 10 October, arguably the biggest change to Overseas Development Assistance (ODA or 'aid') for over 40 years will be agreed at a meeting of donors in Paris. The OECD’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC) will be asked to approve reforms ...
Eleven years ago, the international community adopted the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness that led to the adoption of several principles to improve the effectiveness of international aid. Reflecting on the widely criticised fact that creditors ...
At its upcoming session on 20 September, the UN Human Rights Council will discuss a new report, coordinated by Jean Zielger, on the harmful activities of vulture funds and their impact on human rights. This report shows how vulture funds negatively impact ...