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Daniel Munevar

Dam debt: Understanding the dynamics of Suriname’s debt crisis

In November 2020, Suriname joined ranks with Zambia, becoming the second country to default on its sovereign debt in the...

The Pandemic Papers: Reviews of Covid-19's impact on debt and development finance

In this compilation of reports and briefings released throughout 2020, we review the impact of the pandemic on debt and...
Iolanda Fresnillo

A tale of two emergencies - the interplay of sovereign debt and climate crises in the global south

Our latest report focuses on the climate emergency and how it has become a wider focus of policy discussions around...

“A debt moratorium for whom? How, in 2020, debt relief is not helping those who need it most”

Erlassjahr has released a paper in German, English and Spanish: “A debt moratorium for whom? How, in 2020, debt relief...

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,...

Eurodad briefing on FiC: Development Finance Institutions and Covid-19: Time to reset

Between 9 and 12 November 2020, over 400 Public Development Banks (PDBs) will be gathering (virtually) at the first Finance...

Erlassjahr : Focus Paper 2: China as a Creditor of Countries in the Global South (2020)

The People's Republic of China is currently the most important bilateral lender for numerous countries in the Global South. This has...

Taxation and gender: why does it matter?

By Tax Justice Network Africa.
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  • Gender
  • country-Uganda
  • country-kenya
  • country-south-africa