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Crosol report on SDGs implementation in Croatia

CROSOL – Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity presented its report and held a discussion on sustainable development goals and...

Can the EIB become the EU development bank?

Ahead of the Finance in Common Summit that took place last week, we published our new report together with CEE...

The use of development funds for de-risking private investment: how effective is it in delivering development results?

This study published by the European Parliament was requested by the Development committee.  Authors: Kate BAYLISS, SOAS University of London,...
Maria Jose Romero

International development and the next EU budget

An analysis of the European Commission's proposals on EFSD and EFSD+ in the revised NDICI and Next Generation EU. DOWNLOAD...

Agro-Colonialism in the Congo: European and US development finance is bankrolling a new round of colonialism in the DRC

A report authored by Eurodad partners GRAIN and RIAO-RDC looks at how European and US development finance is bankrolling a...

Unjust Enrichment: How the IFC Profits from Land Grabbing in Africa

Eurodad member Bank Information Center in collaboration with Inclusive Development International, Accountability Counsel, The Oakland Institute and Urgewald, have released...

‘In the interest of health for all? The Dutch ‘Aid and Trade’ agenda as pursued in the African healthcare context’

For the last 10 years, the Netherlands has been pursuing a so-called Aid & Trade agenda. It combines international cooperation...
Jan van de Poel

Covid-19 and Official Development Assistance: current issues and challenges

The Covid-19 pandemic is in danger of seriously undermining the capability of developing countries to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals...

MFF 2021-2027: letter EU Heads of State and Government

This letter has been sent to the EU Heads of State and Govermnent on the 4th December 2018.

Oxfam - To end the inequality crisis, we must build an economy for ordinary working people, not the rich and powerful

To end the inequality crisis, we must build an economy for ordinary working people, not the rich and powerful.

A 10-point roadmap for Europe on the role of the private sector in development

European governments and the European Commission have been increasingly supporting a greater role for the private sector in their development cooperation....

False Dilemmas: A critical guide to the euro zone crisis

Eurodad's partner Corporate Watch has just published an in-depth guide to the euro zone crisis called False Dilemmas: A critical guide to the...