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Zambia: The canary in the (debt crises) mine?

Zambia became the first country to default on its sovereign debt as a result of Covid-19. What are the implications...

Global Week of Action for Debt Cancellation: Open Letter

Open Letter on Debt Cancellation with Complete List of more than 550 signatories from over 96 Countries 

Crash Course - Confronting Debt in the Global South

In this webinar from Crash Course Economics, Dominic Brown discusses the strategies being proposed by popular movements in the Global South...

Introducing Fresh-Up Economics

In 2020, Eurodad member "Financial Justice ireland" launched a new online education platform, Fresh-Up Economics, an Erasmus+ adult education project which aims...

CSO FfD Group (including Women’s Working Group on FfD) Declaration High Level Dialogue on Financing for Development (FfD)

As the UN meets this September to discuss the climate crisis and sustainable development, it is evident that meaningful progress is...

Reactions to G20 announcement of Common Framework

Let us share with you Eurodad's reaction to the G20 announcement last friday on the "Common Framework for Debt Treatments: designed...

Crash Course - What is Subordinate Financialization?

In this webinar from Crash Course Economics, Ewa Karwowski guides us through ways to quantify and recognize financialization in the...

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...