Displaying items by tag: international financial governance - CIDSE
The Addis Ababa Action Agenda, which was agreed upon last night, leaves Civil Society Organisations somewhat underwhelmed and is seen by many as a step backwards in financing for development.
FFD should support the Sustainable Development Goals and coordinate tracking progress on all sources of finance for development
From 13-16 July governments, civil society and other actors from around the world will come together to negotiate the agenda for financing the new international consensus on sustainable development and creating a fairer and more sustainable international financial system
If the European Commission fails to adjust how the EU's banking sector functions, the world's poorest will come under additional strain.
The Group of 20, Financial Regulation and Human Rights – A Bottom-Up Approach to Righting Financial Regulation, May 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.
A Bottom-up Approach to Righting Financial Regulation - Why is a Human Rights Approach Needed in Financial Regulation? A Briefing Note by Center of Concern, AWID, Center for Economic and Social Rights, Civicus, DAWN, ESCR-Net, Ibase30, Social Watch, December 2011
The G20 must adopt a just and equitable pathway out of today’s crises - CIDSE recommendations to the G20 Summit – Cannes, 3-4 November 2011 (also available in ES and FR)
Global campaign calls for open and merit-based process for the selection of the next World Bank President.