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OCTOBER 2019, Washington D.C: 35 civil society organisations have today signed a declaration rejecting the IMF austerity policies implemented in Ecuador, Argentina and Haiti and raising the following social and economic concerns which are now evident ...
Cracks in the broken tax system exposed as the European court rules that a tax deal between Luxembourg and Fiat was illegal state aid, while another between the Netherlands and Starbucks was not. In reaction to the ruling, Eurodad's tax coordinator, Tove ...
Over the last few decades, the European financial architecture for development has changed significantly. Development finance is currently a central piece in the EU's development policy toolbox but with scarce resources available, a serious assessment ...
From 3-4 June, we met in Ljubljana, Slovenia, for our International Conference to build momentum to create change in development finance and achieve economic justice for all. Here are just a few highlights from two days of highly productive ...
Registrations are open for the Eurodad International Conference this June in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This year’s event is co-hosted with Ekvilib Institute and supported by SLOGA platform, Focus and EnaBanda. Asking whether development finance in the ...
French Court of Auditors’ annual report reiterates failure of public-private partnershipsIn its recent annual report, the French Court of Auditors pinpoints cases of failed public-private partnerships (PPPs) once again. The report  provides ...
This submission represents the views of a group of 27 civil society organisations (CSOs) from the global south and the global north. The submission was coordinated by the DAC-CSO Reference Group - an open platform that aims at facilitating CSO engagement ...
The European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) is delighted to announce the appointment of its new Director, Jean Letitia Saldanha.  Jean takes over from interim Director Antonia Vorner at the end of April. She joins Eurodad from CIDSE, the ...
The failure of the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee’s to agree tough new rules governing aid invested in the private sector - private sector instruments - was criticised by Oxfam and the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) today. ...
This article was originally published in the Parliament Magazine.Public-Private Partnerships are a deeply worrying trend and carry far more risk for the state than for the private companies involved, writes Enrique Guerrero Salom. As 2018 draws ...