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NEW EUROPEAN UNION DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION STRATEGIES IN LATIN AMERICA

by Eurodad

29 June 2013

At a time when European Union institutions are discussing how to improve their financing modalities under the work of the EU blending platform, this report discusses the growing role that financial institutions and the European private sector are playing in development cooperation policies between the EU and Latin America More

EU-US DEAL COULD UNLEASH A "CORPORATE LITIGATION BOOM"

by Kanaga Raja

16 June 2013

Investor-state dispute settlement under the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the European Union and the Untied States would empower EU and US-based corporations "to engage in litigious wars of attrition to limit the power of governments on both sides of the Atlantic," More

EUROMEDITERRANEAN MEETING ON DEBT AND AUDITS

by Eurodad

17 March 2012

On Saturday, April 7th an Euromediterranean meeting on debt and audits will be held in Brussels in order to greater knowledge and empower coordinated actions among campaigners. More

MORE PAIN, NO GAIN FOR GREECE

by Mark Weisbrot, Luis Alberto Montecino

12 March 2012

New Paper Argues Greece Should Consider Default and Exit From Euro. It looks at Greece’s experience with “internal devaluation” and finds there’s a high risk of continued prolonged recession More

EUROPEAN MOVEMENTS ARE PLANNING MASS PROTESTS

by European Action Conference

10 March 2012

Declaration of the European Action Conference in Frankfurt on February 26th, 2012 against policies of pauperization decided to call for days of protest from May 17th to May 19th. More

LOST BILLIONS: TRANSFER PRICING IN THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES

by Alex Marriage

18 February 2012

Eurodad partners Publish What You Pay Norway has released a new report on transfer pricing in the extractive industries More

GREECE- PROTESTS ESCALATE.

by News Agencies

12 February 2012

Mobilisations that began Friday, February 11th, throughout the country continue on Saturday, on the second day of a general strike with the participation of both the public and private sector. More

LIVING IN DEBTOCRACY. DEBT IN THE NORTH: LEARNING FROM THE SOUTH - 7TH AND 8TH OCTOBER IN MADRID

by Network for the Abolition of External Debt and the Recognition of the Ecological Debt - Who owes whom?

24 September 2011

The meeting "Living in debtocracy: Debt in the North: learning from the South" will seek to provide keys to understand and tackle debt and the current economic crisis we are suffering. IES Lope de Vega - Calle San Bernardoo 70 (esquina calle Daoíz 4) More

EUROZONE CRISIS IS SELF-INFLICTED

by Mark Weisbrot

28 May 2010

The populations now suffering under EU-imposed austerity must have a real and credible threat of leaving the euro More

EUROPEAN SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS CALL FOR NEXT JUNE 1-3 UNITED NATIONS SUMMIT (G- 192)

by European Cross-Sectoral Network on the Combined Crises

14 May 2009

A call to UN Conference on the World Financial and Economic Crisis and its Impact on Development (1- 3 June 2009), and especially the European leaders attending the event to focus on reforms that directly benefit people and the planet. More

PRESIDENT OF UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY REJECTS EUROPEAN CRITICISM TO G-192 DECLARATION ON CAPITALIST CRISIS

by OID-IDO

13 May 2009

The President of United Nations General Assembly, Miguel D’Escoto, criticized European countries for rejecting without justification the draft for a declaration of the world leaders Conference on the World Financial and Economic Crisis (G-192) to be hold in New York from June 1 to 3 to debate and propose alternatives to the international crisis. More

ITALY: MASS PROTEST IN ROME OVER FINANCIAL CRISIS

by News Agencies

6 April 2009

Several hundred thousand workers, pensioners, immigrants and students filled a Rome park on Saturday in protest at the Italian government’s handling of the financial crisis. More

EUROPE’S FINANCIAL REGULATION “WISE MEN” UNWANTED SAY PROTESTERS

by Alex Wilks- Eurodad

2 March 2009

Sheriff or cowboy? That was the question that we raised on the De Larosiere Group as their report on European financial regulation was launched yesterday. Eurodad staff joined colleagues from Corporate Europe Observatory and Friends of the Earth to dress up in checked shirts and hats and parade outside the European Commission’s Berlaymont building. More

"NEW EUROPE" IS ON THE ECONOMIC EDGE

by Michael Werbowski

10 February 2009

The rising rage is palpable across Europe. Grumblings of discontent simmering beneath the surface for years have turned nasty, in places such as Greece last year. In 2009, these feelings persist and are intensifying by the day More

LESS AND WORSE AID? FINANCIAL CRISIS SHOWS FIRST IMPACTS ON EUROPEAN AID BUDGETS

by Eurodad

7 February 2009

While rich countries’ governments spent trillions on bailing out banks and speculators, the more than one billion people living in absolute poverty will clearly be the losers of the financial crisis. Several donors announced recently that they will either cut their aid spending in 2009, or they will deliver more aid in less effective or more harmful ways. More

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