Aldo Caliari (CoC)
Aldo Caliari of Center of Concern, CIDSE's US member and Director of the Rethinking Bretton Woods Project, reports on the outcomes of the UNCTAD 14 conference (Nairobi/Kenya, 17-22 July 2016).
In the run up to the conference, CIDSE was one of the 331 worldwide civil society organisations signatories of a letter to UNCTAD member states calling for the reaffirming and strengthening of UNCTAD’s development mandate. (see link at the bottom of this message).
Aldo Caliari of Center of Concern, CIDSE's US member, reports on the outcomes of the first ECOSOC Financing for Development Forum, centerpiece of the reinvigorated follow up created by the Third Financing for Development Conference held last year.
This article was first published on 18 August 2015 as part of the UNRISD Think Piece Series The Road To Addis and Beyond. In this Series, global experts discuss a range of topics complementary to the UNRISD research project on the Politics of Domestic Resource Mobilization on how to fund social development and raise provocative or alternative perspectives that can generate further ideas and debates.
It is time to recognize that failure to approach financial regulation from a value-based perspective can provide only illusory and short-lived gains,
A Value-based Approach to Financial Regulation, Background Paper by Aldo Caliari, Center of Concern, November 2012
If the European Commission fails to adjust how the EU's banking sector functions, the world's poorest will come under additional strain.
Financial Transaction Tax: A Human Rights Imperative – A Bottom-Up Approach to Righting Financial Regulation, March 2012.
In the run-up to the coming quadrennial conference of UNCTAD, Aldo Caliari of CIDSE's US member Center of Concern was one of the speakers at a Hearing with Civil society being held on March 7, 2012, in Geneva, Switzerland.