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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 ...
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 ...
#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 ...
The EU Council have announced that eight countries will be removed from the EU’s list of so-called ‘Non-cooperative jurisdictions’ – also referred to as the tax haven blacklist. The eight countries, which are Barbados, Grenada, the Republic ...
Campaigners have welcomed today’s [15 December] decision by the EU to take an important step forward on the transparency of beneficial ownership information for companies. However, they warn that by not extending the same transparency requirements to ...
Tax justice campaigners today condemned an EU “blacklist” of tax havens which fails to include a single EU member state. The blacklist of 17 countries was published just a day after new findings showed a large group of EU countries have tax structures ...
European governments are leading a race to the bottom which will see average global corporate tax rates hit zero by 2052, according to new findings released today [December 4]. An analysis of the EU and Norway shows 12 governments have either just cut ...