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Global Economic Solutions Now!
Open Letter to Heads of State Meeting at the United Nations
by CADTM International , [fr]Collectif[es]Colectivo[en]Collective[pt]Coletivo
1 October 2020

The CADTM International network agrees to sign even though we are against calling upon the IMF, which amounts to giving it more power by increasing Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), and against creditor-led debt restructurings, because history has shown us that this only makes the problem worse.

The CADTM strongly advises against ever trusting the IMF and the World Bank and not to sign any agreement with these institutions, which have proved throughout their existence how harmful they can be. The CADTM recommends that citizen audits be carried out in order to identify and cancel or repudiate illegitimate, illegal or odious debts and thus release the money that is necessary to satisfy fundamental human rights.

The CADTM nevertheless signs the call because it clearly states that “Time and time again, rigid and rapid fiscal consolidation conditioned in IMF programs has meant devastating cuts in health and education investments, losses of hard-earned pensions and social protections, public wage freezes, layoffs, and exacerbated unpaid care work burdens“and that”In all cases, it is the most vulnerable people in societies who bear the brunt of these reforms, while the elite, large corporations and creditors enjoy the benefits.”

The CADTM calls for a replacement of the IMF, the World Bank and the WTO by other multilateral organizations. The new IMF to be set up must retrieve part of its original mandate to guarantee the stability of currencies, fight speculation, monitor capital flows, take action to effectively ban tax havens and put an end to tax evasion and tax avoidance. In order to reach this goal, it could contribute to the collection of various international taxes along with national autorithies and regional monetary funds.

25 September2020

Excellencies,

In view of the upcoming special meeting of Heads of State on the margins of the 75th United Nations General Assembly on 29th September 2020, we are writing to express our deep concerns, as we are yet to see any meaningful pathway towards the necessary multilateral decisions to overcome the global economic crisis induced by the pandemic. The humanitarian and economic crisis triggered by the pandemic is threatening the well-being of billions of people and risks derailing the global efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and respond to the expanding climate emergency.

We urgently need systemic solutions to the broken global economic architecture. National level decisions, while important, are insufficient to ensure the required policy and fiscal space needed for a decolonial, feminist and just transition for people and planet. We need to ensure the democratization of global economic governance, recognizing the right of every country to be at the decision-making table, and not only those concentrating power or resources. A new global governance should promote equality and common but differentiated responsibilities on global commons.

In the lead up to arecent meeting of Finance Ministers at the UN, a ‘menu of options’ for consideration by governments was published which includes key recommendations on issues such as debt, illicit financial flows, global liquidity and financial stability among others. It is now time for action. The world cannot afford any further delays.

At the Heads of State meeting on 29th September, we call on governments to commit to implement the following recommendations in the ‘menu of options’ and highlighted in the Finance Ministers meeting on 8th September 2020, while abiding by the human rights framework, as well as ensuring gender equality and environmental integrity(attached annex provides more detail): [1]

  • Extensive debt cancellations and the establishment of a Sovereign Debt Workout Mechanismat the UN that would comprehensively address unsustainable and illegitimate debt;
  • Liquidity injection commensurate with the level of need among developing countries through a new allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), combined with reallocation of unused ones;
  • UN Tax Convention to comprehensively address tax havens, tax abuse by multinational corporations and other illicit financial flows through a universal, intergovernmental process at the UN;
  • Mandate the organization of an “International Economic Reconstruction and Systemic Reform Summit under the auspices of the UN” to move towards a new global economic architecture that works for the people and planet. Jamaica, in their national capacity, at the Finance Ministers meeting on 8th September 2020 called for the need for the United Nations to convene a conference focused on economic recovery from Covid-19.

Time for talking is over. Time for action now.

ANNEX –Calls for Action on the key elements of the Financing for Development agend

Debt cancellation and Sovereign Debt Workout Mechanism at the UN

  • Permanent cancellation of external debt payments for at least four years for all developing countries in need without penalties;
  • Provision of additional, emergency finance without creating more debt, nor conditionalities;
  • Protection of developing countries from lawsuits when ceasing debt payments at national and multilateral levels; oA debt relief initiative to bring developing country debts down to sustainable levels and which considers countries’ long-term financing needs to pursue the SDGs, climate goals, and human rights and gender equality commitments;
  • A sovereign debt workout mechanism at the UN that would comprehensively address unsustainable and illegitimate debt.

UN Tax Convention

  • It is time to back a truly universal, intergovernmental process at the UN to comprehensively address tax havens, tax abuse by multinational corporations and other illicit financial flows that obstruct redistribution and drain resources that are crucial to challenging inequalities, particularly gender inequality.
  • Taxing income, wealth and trade should be seen to support the internationally agreed human rights frameworks, as without taxation we cannot mobilise the maximum available revenues. Tax abuse and tax avoidance also needs to be considered under the extraterritorial obligations of states towards other states not to hamper the enjoyment of human rights via blocking financing through abusive tax laws,rules and allowing companies and wealthy individuals to abuse tax systems.

Global technology assessment mechanism at the UN

  • As the UN, governments and institutions grapple with the governance of digital technologies, there is an urgent need for broad, transparent, inclusive, accessible and participatory deliberations on the current and potential impacts of these technologies on the environment, the labour market, livelihoods and society;
  • Horizon scanning and foresight capacities need to be developed and should involve identifying options beyond technological solutions. Governance measures on technologies is not just about regulation but ensuring that the common good remains as the ultimate goal and takes precedence over profits

Assess development impactsof current trade and investment framework

  • To ensure developing countries retain maximum policy flexibility in their trade and investment policies there should be no negotiations or signing of any binding trade and investment agreements including at the WTO;
  • A moratorium on Investor-State-Dispute-Settlement (ISDS) cases, and non-implementation or violation of current trade and investment commitments, including Intellectual property rights rules through the TRIPS and TRIPS plus agreements, if these conflictwith public policy objectives including economic and health objectives, during the pandemic.
  • Ensure an international legally binding instrument to regulate, in international human rights law, the activities of transnational corporations and hold them accountable for human rights violations by supporting the ongoing negotiations for the UN Binding Treaty on Business and Human rights under the Open-ended intergovernmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respectto human rights

Assess systemic risks posed by unregulated or inadequately regulated financial sector instruments and actors

  • Agree on adequate regulation and supervision of financial institutions, credit rating agencies and hedge funds through a UN framework;
  • A global ban on short selling among all markets and increase regulation/surveillance of high-frequency trading;
  • A global agreement on the importance of capital account management to prevent capital flight, limit speculative trading and arrest declines in currency and asset prices;
  • A new allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) needs to be agreed, commensurate with the level of need among developing countries;oA Global Fund for Universal Social Protection to support the most vulnerable countriesin responding to the pandemic.

Review development outcomes of PPPs and ‘private finance first’ approach

  • We reject the World Bank Group’s Maximising Finance for Development (MFD) approach that implies a problematic ‘private finance first’ attitude to development finance and rather unrealistic assumption that private finance will appear to fill the financing shortfalls. While donors and institutions promote a ‘Billions to Trillions’ narrative and blended finance, whose development impact is yet to be proven, the reality is they are not living up to their own commitments and are instead regressing.
  • There is a need to reaffirm the centrality of public policies and investments. We call on governments to declare a moratorium on funding, promoting or providingtechnical assessment for PPPs and ‘private finance first’ approaches until an independent review into their development outcomes is completed

Review of the ODA framework

  • Partnerships for sustainable development should comply with the local ownership of development processes, whereby all relevant stakeholders, including local communities and CSOs can be actively involved. We also call on donors to uphold the integrity of ODA and of effectiveness agenda.
  • Call on DAC members to immediately reverse the decline in ODA as a share of GNI, fulfil and where possible exceed the 0.7% target for ODA in the form of unconditional grants and technical support;
  • Call on all donors to ensure that development aid is not diverted but reinforces humanitarian response to the crisis and to ensure that emergency responses are aligned with developing country priorities without conditionalities.
  • 50by40, Global
  • AAEEH, Europe
  • AbibiNsroma Foundation, Ghana
  • Access Education International (AEI), KENYA-EAST AFRICA
  • ACT Alliance, Global
  • Action for Sustainable Development, UK
  • Actionaid, Zambia
  • ActionAid International, Global
  • ADAB (Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh), Bangladesh
  • ADD International, United Kingdom,
  • Africa Development Interchange Network (ADIN), Cameroon
  • Africa Intercultural Development Support, Uganda
  • Africa Young Positives Network (AY+), Africa
  • AFRICAN FOUNDATION FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT, NIGERIA
  • African Union Youth For Change, Togo
  • African Women’s network for Community Management of Forests (REFACOF), Cameroon and 19 African countries members
  • African Youth Voluntary Organization, Somalia
  • AFRIDAC, Bénin
  • Afrihealth Optonet Association [CSOs Network with UN ECOSOC Status], Nigeria
  • Aid Organization, Bangladesh
  • Aid/Watch, Australia
  • Alliance contre la Pauvreté au Mali/GCAP_Mali, Mali -Ouest Afrique
  • Alliance for Empowering Rural Communities (AERC-Ghana), Ghana
  • Alliance Sud, Switzerland
  • Alternatives Durables pour le Développement (ADD), Cameroun / Afrique Centrale
  • Ambrela -Platform for Development Organisations, Slovakia
  • Amis des Étrangers au Togo: ADET, Africa
  • Amis des Étrangers au Togo: ADET, Afrique
  • ANAD, Mauritania
  • Anasi Farmers Association, Uganda
  • Apostolic Ministerial International Network, Ghana
  • Asia Democracy Network, Asia
  • Asia Development Alliance, Asia
  • Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Develoopment (APMDD), Philippines, Asia
  • ASMOK, Africa/Kenya
  • ASSESOAR -Associação de Estudos, Orientação e Assitência RuralParaná/BrasilAssociação para a Cooperação Entre os Povos(ACEP), Portugal
  • Association des Femmes pour le Developpement Durable Accelere (AFeDDA), Benin
  • Association des Femmes pour le Développement Durable Accéléré (AFeDDA), Bénin
  • Association For Promotion Sustainable Development, India
  • Association for Sustainable Development Livelihood Initiatives (SUSTAIN Cameroon), Cameroon
  • Association pour la Promotion de l’Action Sociale et des Initiatives Communautaires (APASIC ONG), Bénin
  • Association pour la Promotion Féminine et le Développement Communautaire (APFDC-BENIN), BÉNIN
  • Association pour l’Integration et le Developpement Durable au Burundi, AIDB, Burundi
  • Associazione Comunita’ Papa Giovanni XXIII (APG23), Italy
  • Bagmati UNESCO Club, Nepal
  • Bangladesh Nari ProgatiSangha (BNPS), Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh Nari Progati Shangha (BNPS), Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio & Communication, Bangladesh
  • BURUNDI RUGBY LEAGUE-RUGBY A XIII COOPERATIVE, Burundi
  • CADIRE CAMEROON ASSOCIATION, CAMEROON
  • CADTM, International
  • CAMPUS DE PENSADORAS URBANAS DELICIAS REGIÓN CENTRO SUR, MÉXICO
  • CAN Tanzania, Tanzania/East Africa
  • Canadian Council for International Co-operation, Canada
  • Carbone Guinée, Guinée
  • CARITAS CONGO ASBL, REPUBLIQUE DEMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO
  • CAS-ODD ONG, BENIN
  • CCFD-Terre Solidaire, France
  • CEBI -Centro de Estudos Bíblicos, Rio Grande do Sul/Brasil
  • CEDEAL, Ecuador, Quito, Pichincha
  • Centre for muslim youth in peace and development-Ghana, West African
  • Centro Brasil no Clima, Brasil, Rio de Janeiro
  • Centro Brasil no Clima, Brasil
  • Centro de Investigación para la Acción Femenina (CIPAF), Dominican Repúblic
  • CEPARD GLOBAL, UGANDA-EAST AFRICA
  • CESE-Coordenadoria Ecumênica de Serviço, Brasil
  • CHIKKA FEDERATION OF INDIA, INDIA
  • Children and Young People Living for Peace (CYPLP), Nigeria
  • CHINAR (Central Himalayan Institute for Nature & Applied Research), India
  • Christian Aid, United Kingdom
  • Church Action for Tax Justice, United Kingdom
  • CIVIL SOCIETY COALITION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, NIGERIA/ AFRICA
  • Civil Society FfD GroupGlobalClímax Brasil, Brasil
  • CNCD-11.11.11, Belgium
  • Coalizão Direitos Valem Mais, Brasil
  • CODICE AGUASCALIENTESAguascalientes, México
  • COFEM-BURUNDI, BURUNDI
  • Colectivo Mujeres Tlanamacalli por la Democracia, la Tierra y la Cultura, Jalisco, México
  • Commons Cluster of the UN NGO Major Group, Institute for Planetary Synthesis, All Win Network, Association of World Citizens, USA
  • COMMUNITY AND FAMILY AID FOUNDATION-GHANA, GHANA
  • Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd Latin America, America Latina
  • Construisons Ensemble le Monde, RDC-AFRIQUE
  • Coordinadora de ONG para el Desarrollo -España, Spain
  • Coordination des Associations et ONG Féminines du Mali “CAFO”, Mali -Ouest Afrique
  • Coordination SUD, France
  • Council for People’s Development and Governance, Philippines
  • CRIA-Centro de Referência Integral de Adolescentes; Brasil-Bahia-Salvador
  • CSEND, Switzerland
  • CSO Youth FfDConstituency / UNMGCY, Global
  • Czechia Against Poverty and Inequality, Czech Republic
  • Dalit NGO Federation (DNF), Nepal, Nepal
  • DAWN (Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era), Global South
  • Debt Justice Norway, Norway
  • DemNet Hungary, Hungary
  • Diverlex, Venezuela
  • Dominican Leadership Conference, USA
  • Dr Uzo Adirieje Foundation (DUZAFOUND), Nigeria
  • DUKINGIRE ISI YACU, BURUNDI/BUJUMBURA
  • EDUC’SUCCÈS, BENIN
  • Effe Rivista Femminista, Italy
  • Ekumenická akademie, Czech Republic
  • Ekvilib Institut, Slovenia
  • Elat-Meyong / Femmes Solidaires, Cameroun
  • Elizka Relief Foundation, Ghana
  • ELO Ligação e Organização,Brasil
  • Emonyo Yefwe International, Kenya
  • EMPOWER INDIA, India
  • EMPOWER INDIA, Tamil Nadu,INDIA
  • Enlaces por la Sustentabilidad, El Salvador
  • Equidad de Género, Ciudadanía, Trabajo y Familia, A.C., Mexico
  • Esquel Foundation, Brazil
  • European Network on Debt and Development, Europe
  • Excellent World Foundation; Nigeria
  • Fédération des Associations de Personnes Handicapées du Bénin, Bénin
  • Feminist Task Force, Global
  • FEMUM ALC-Lab City, PERU -LAC
  • FLACJ / Foro Latinoamericano y Caribeño de Juventudes, Argentina
  • Fondazione Finanza Etica, Italia
  • Fondo Semillas, México
  • Fórum Ecumênico ACT-Brasil, Brasil
  • FORUM FOR WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT, DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE, KENYA
  • Fórum ong aids RS, Brasil
  • Forus, Global
  • Foundation For Sustainable Development and Climate Action (FSDCA), India
  • FRANK Water, Great Britain
  • Fundación Agenda Ciudadana, Chile
  • Fundacion Arcoiris por el respeto a la diversidad sexual, Mexico
  • FUNDACION ECOLOGICA UNIVERSAL (FEU), ARGENTINA
  • Fundación Mexicana para la Planeación Familiar, A. C. MEXFAM, México
  • Fundacion para Estudio e Investigacion de la Mujer, Argentina
  • Fundación por la Naturaleza y la Vida FUNAVI Bolivis, Bolivia
  • Fundación Protestante Hora de Obrar / ACT Alliance, Argentina
  • Fundación Unid@s, Colombia
  • Garn Press (Philanthropic), US / Global
  • Gatef organization, Egypt
  • GCAP, AsiaBangladesh
  • GCAP Global Call for Action against PovertyGlobalGCAP Italy, Italy
  • GCAP Mauritius & Halley Movement, Mauritius
  • GCAP Rwanda Coalition, Rwanda
  • Generation Justice, Haiti
  • Gestos (soropositividade, comunicação, gênero), Brazil
  • Global Action to Prevent War and Armed Conflict, New York/US
  • Global Alliance for Tax Justice, Global
  • Global Campaign for Education, Johhanesburg, South Africa
  • Global Distribution Advocates, Inc.FL, Global Forest Coalition, Global
  • Global Forum for Media Development, Belgium
  • Global media foundation, Sub-saharan Africa
  • Global Peace and Development Organization, Liberia
  • Global Policy Forum, global
  • Global Socio-Economic and Financial Evolution Network (GSFEN), Nigeria
  • GREEN STUDENT, COTE D’IVOIRE
  • GTSC Agenda 2030 (Brazilian Civil Society Working Group for the 2030 Agenda), Brazil
  • Hawai’i Institute for Human Rights, Hawaii USA
  • HELPING CHILDREN, Sri Lanka
  • Human Health Aid -Burundi, Burundi
  • Huqooq-ul-Ebad Development Foundation, Pakistan
  • IBON International, Philippines
  • IDPA Perú, Perú
  • Indigenous Peoples Global Forum for Sustainable Development, IPGFforSD (International indigenous peoples Platform), Bujumbura
  • Indigenous Peoples Global Forum for Sustainable Development, IPGFforSD (International indigenous peoples Platform), International platform
  • INESC, BRAZIL
  • Institute for Democratic Action & Development (IDAD), Liberia
  • Instituto 5 Elementos -Educação para a Sustentabilidade, São Paulo
  • Instituto Brasileiro de Análises Sociais e Econômicas, Brasi
  • lInstituto Brasileiro de Análises Sociais e Econômicas (Ibase), Brasil
  • Instituto Ecoar para Cidadania, Sao Paulo -Brazil
  • Instituto para el Desarrollo y la Paz Amazonica, Región San Martín -Perú
  • Instituto Universidade Popular -UNIPOP, Amazônia -Brasil
  • International Alliance of Women, USA
  • International Cooperative Alliance, Global network/Based in Europe
  • International Council of Womenn Switzerland
  • International Network for Corporate Social Responsibility (IN-CSR), Lagos
  • International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development, Indonesia
  • International Partnership and Development Organization, Russia
  • International Women Fund Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan
  • International Womens Anthropology Conference, USA
  • International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW Asia Pacific), Malaysia
  • International Youth Alliance, Bulgaria, EU
  • International Youth Alliance for Family Planning, International
  • International Youth Alliance for Peace, western Province
  • Jairos Jiri Association, Zimbabwe
  • JEUNESSE RURALE ACTIVE, CAMEROUN
  • Joy World Foundation, Zambia
  • Jubileo Sur, Mujeres y Economia, Peru
  • JustAct Gambia, Gambia
  • kathak academy,special consultative status(ECOSOC), Bangladesh
  • Korea SDGs Network, Korea South
  • Kosmos Associates, United States
  • KOTHOWAIN (vulnerable peoples development organization), BANGLADESH
  • Latindadd, Peru
  • Leads India, India
  • Madhyam, India
  • Medical IMPACT, México
  • Mindanao Interfaith Services Foundation Inc., Philippines
  • Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Global
  • Mom Loves Taiwan AssociationTaiwanMother of Hope Cameroon (Mohcam), Cameroon
  • Movendi International, Global
  • Mujeres, Democracia y Ciudadanía A.C, .MÉXICO
  • Murna Foundation, Nigeria/West Africa
  • MY World Mexico, Mexico
  • National Campaign for Sustainable Development Nepal, Bagmati
  • National Coalition of Civil Society Organizations of Liberia, Liberia
  • National Society of Conservationists -Friends of the Earth Hungary, Hungary
  • National Youth Council of Ireland, Ireland
  • Nazirite Internationaln Nigeria
  • New Future Foundation, US and Africa
  • NGO Federation of Nepal, Asia, Nepal
  • NGO Federation of Nepal, Nepal
  • Ninguna, México
  • Noble Delta Women for Peace and Development Int’l, Nigeria
  • Norwegian Forum for Development and Environment (ForUM), Norway
  • Nous avons signé. Dapi benin ong, Bénin
  • OBSERVATOIRE AFRICAIN DES LIBERTÉS PUBLIQUES ET DES DROITS FONDAMENTAUX (OLPDF-AFRIQUE), Benin et dans l’Afrique
  • Odri Intersectional rightsPeruOhaha Family Foundation, Nigeria
  • ONG –L’EVEIL POUR LA PROMOTION ETLE DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE INTEGRE (E.P.D.I.) o, république du Bénin
  • ONG ADDD (Action Développement Durable Décentralisée), Benin
  • ONG AMSHART, Bénin
  • ONG BENIN ACTION, Benin
  • ONG Bouge/ ONG Initiative pour l’Educationet le Contrôle du Tabagisme, BENIN
  • ONG Femme Rurale, Bénin
  • Ong Glegbenu / Task Force Citoyenne de médiation pour la paix et la démocratie dans les pays de la CEDEAO, Bénin
  • ONG ITODJU, Bénin
  • ONG PADJENA, Bénin
  • ONG PROGIDEC, Bénin
  • ONG Santé et Action Globale, Lomé Togo
  • Organisation pour la protection de l’environnement Guinéen OPEG, République de Guinée
  • Parlement des Jeunes Leaders de la Société Civile Guinéenne, GUINEA
  • Participatory Development Action Program, Asia
  • Pensadoras Urbanas campus coyoacan, CDMX Ciudad de Mexico
  • PJUD ONG, BENIN
  • Planned Governance Network, Zambia
  • Plateforme Française Dette & Développement, FRANCE
  • Probes ONG, BENIN
  • Processo de Articulação e Diálogo entre Agências de Cooperação e Parceiros Brasileiros, BRASIL
  • PSI Africa, Ghana
  • Public Eye, Switzerland
  • Reality of Aid Global Network, Global Network
  • Red Dot Foundation, India
  • Red Dot Foundation Global, USA
  • Red Internacional de Promotores ODS, Latinoamerica y el Caribe
  • Red Mira_Pensadoras Urbana, sMéxico, CDMX
  • Regional Centre for International Development Cooperation (RCIDC), East africa
  • Regional Centre for International Development Cooperation (RCIDC), East africa
  • Regions Refocus, USA
  • REJEB, BENIN
  • Religion Raelienne Congo, République du Congo
  • Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary -NGO, United States of America
  • Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary -NGO at the UN International
  • RENICC-LATINDADD-AOED LAC, Nicaragua , Mesomerica
  • Réseau Foi & Justice Afrique Europe antenne France, France
  • Réseau panafricain des jeunes pour la culture de la paix en signe PAYNCOP, République du Congo
  • Rhamna Women Association, Benguerir , Morocco
  • RIFONGA-BENIN (Réseau pour l’Intégration des Femmes des ONG et Associations Africaines, BENIN
  • Rise2030, Lebanon
  • Roots for Equity, Pakistan
  • Rural Area Development Programme (RADP), Nepal (Asia)
  • Samakab Youth Development Organization.Somalia Specailty. South, West Somalia. Baidoa.
  • SEDRA,Mesavinculacio org sociedad civil cepal, Chile
  • SERTA -SERVIÇO DE TECNOLOGIA ALTERNATIVA, Brasil
  • Servicios Ecumenicos para Reconciliacion y Reconstruccion-SERR, USA
  • Servicios Ecumenicos para Reconciliacion y Reconstrucction, United States
  • sfbsp-BURUNDI, BURUNDI
  • Shanduko Yeupenyu Child Care, Harare Zimbabwe
  • Silambam AsiaMalaysiaSisters of Charity Federation, United States
  • Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Global
  • Smart Servant Leaders Program, Benin
  • Social and Economic Policies Monitor (Al Marsad), Occupied Palestine
  • SOCIAL WATCH / CONTROLE CITOYEN AU BENIN, BENIN
  • Society for Conservation and Sustainability of Energy and Environment in Nigeria (SOCSEEN), Nigeria
  • Society for International Development, International
  • SOLIFONDS, Switzerland
  • Soroptimist International ,Global
  • SOS CORPO Instituto Feminista para a Democracia, Brasil
  • SPJIMR, India
  • Step Up Youth Initiative Uganda, Uganda, East Africa
  • Success Capital Organisation, Botswana
  • Sugur Development Agency (SUDA), Uganda
  • Swachhalay, India
  • Tanzania Coalition on Debt and Development (TCDD), Tanzania
  • Tax Justice Network, International
  • Tax Justice Network Norway, Norway
  • Tax Justice UK, UK
  • Tax Reconciliations, United Kingdom
  • TDJ-BURUNDI, Burundi
  • TDJ-burundi, Burundi
  • The Bretton Woods Project, United Kingdom
  • The Equality Trust, United Kingdom
  • The international federation of medical students associations, Global
  • The Reality of Aid -Asia Pacific, Philippines -Asia Pacific
  • third world network-africa, Ghana
  • Tripla Difesa Onlus, Italy
  • Tripla Difesa Onlus, Italy -Florence
  • Two Hands One Life, Uganda
  • UnB2030, DF
  • UndebtedWorld, Greece, Balkans, Eastern Mediterranean
  • UNDESA, UNV AND UNCTAD SUMMER SCHOOL 20, India
  • Union de l’Action Féministe, Maroc
  • Union des Amis Socio Culturels d’Action en Developpement (UNASCAD), Haiti
  • United for Climate Action, Ecuador
  • Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro, Brazil
  • University College Dublin, Ireland
  • Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights, US/Global
  • Uso Inteligente ASV AC, Mexico
  • VADID (Volontaires d’Action pour le Développement Intégré et Durable), Bénin
  • VIJANA NA CHILDREN FOUNDATION -VINACEF UGANDA, UGANDA
  • Virtual University for International Relations (VUfIR), West Africa
  • VOICE, Bangladesh
  • Wada Na Todo Abhiyan (WNTA), India
  • Watchman Relief Association Global, Cameroon
  • WECF International, Netherlands
  • WemosNetherlandsWFM -Canada, Canada
  • Womankind Worldwide, UK
  • Women and Modern World Social Charitable Center, Azerbaijan
  • Women for Water Partnership, Netherlands / Global
  • Women Trust Initiative, Zambia
  • Women’s Working Group on Financing for Development, Global
  • Women’s Budget Group, UK
  • Women’s Environment and Development Organization, New York
  • Women’s Major Group, Global
  • World Silambam Association, Malaysia
  • World Yoga Association, Malaysia
  • World Youth Summit NPC, South Africa
  • YOTAN-Partners for Social Accountability, Liberia
  • Youth Action Hub Guinea -UNCTAD, Guinée
  • Youth and Women for Opportunities Uganda-YWOU, Uganda
  • Youth Empowerment and Support Initiative-Africa (YESI Africa), Uganda
  • Youth For Environment Education And Development Foundation (YFEED Foundation), Nepal, South Asia
  • Youth for Tax Justice Network, Africa
  • Youth Vision Society, Palestine
  • Zimbabwe Women’s Bureau, Zimbabwe

Source: GCAP

Footnotes :

[1The ‘menu of options’ published includes recommendations on debt cancellations (page 83), need to move towards a sovereign debt workout mechanism(page 96), SDRs allocation (page 57) and UN tax convention (page 123)

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