From Collapse to Opportunity: Development Perspectives on the Global Financial Crisis, CIDSE Policy paper, April 2009
Most developing countries are facing the consequences of a food, climate and financial crisis in whose making they played no part. CIDSE analyses these problems and sets out proposals drawing on the principles of the just distribution of wealth and power, the dignity of each person and particular attention being paid to the poorest. This document sets out CIDSE’s position on the global financial crisis in particular while briefly touching on the food and climate crises.
Contact: Jean Saldanha, saldanha(at)cidse.org