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#EurodadPF2018Eurodad warmly invites its members, CSO allies from the Global South and North, and experts to participate in its Policy Forum. The event will take place on 11-12 June in Brussels. For more information and a detailed agenda, ...
The Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank took place amid warnings of a ‘borrowed boom’ as an uptick in global growth was matched by global debt levels reaching record highs. The World Bank Group shareholders stumped up for an increase in the ...
Brussels/Washington DC, October 11 2017. A new campaign aimed at reversing the dangerous rush to promote expensive and high-risk public-private partnerships (PPPs) was launched today by civil society organisations from all over the ...
25 Civil Society Organisations provided comments on the draft Policy and Procedures for the Complaints Mechanism (CM) of the European Investment Bank currently undergoing public consultation.The signatories – a variety of groups based in Europe, the ...
Eurodad, along with eighteen other NGOs, has written to the President of the EIB Werner Hoyer, voicing concerns that consultations over the complaints mechanism are not open or inclusive, and that civil society is being ignored. Read the full text of ...
Use our new interactive infographic to investigate what PDBs are, why their inconsistent performance is often due to the institutions themselves, and what a blueprint for a model PDB would look like.
The Development Assistance Committee of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD DAC) is seeking agreement on new rules for reporting ‘Private Sector Instruments’ (PSIs) as Official Development Assistance (ODA). PSIs are loans, ...
Together with ActionAid, Eurodad is organising a debate on Tax Justice for Development at the 2017 European Development Days. The debate will take place on 7 June from 18.00 – 19.15. The debate asks: “How can the EU ensure policy coherence for development ...
With its Compact with Africa, the German G20 presidency is actively promoting private loans and investment as solutions to infrastructure deficiencies on the African continent. The Compact aims at using public resources in order to improve the investment ...
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 ...