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Civil Society Financing for Development Mechanism – Regional Briefing: Asia

By Global Inequalities

This briefing was created by the CSO FfD Mechanism for activists and advocates who are interested in getting involved in or learning more about how global economic governance relates to different sectoral and/or local and national struggles in Asia – including feminist movements, food sovereignty and land rights movements, climate justice activists, youth and student movements, human rights advocates, and more.

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Thematic Briefing on Domestic Resource Mobilization

By Global Inequalities

This briefing was developed by the Civil Society FfD (Financing for Development) Mechanism (led by SID). The briefing connects the national and international when it comes to tax policies and broader domestic resource mobilization strategies, highlighting how shaping decision-making on global economic governance at the UN has the potential to transform our global economic systems to reduce inequalities within and between countries and make them work for people and the planet.

The briefing is part of the Civil Society FfD Mechanism’s broader toolkit introducing the Financing for Development (FfD) process. This is intended to to make navigating the FfD process and its interrelated domains more accessible for a non-technical audience.

The briefing is available in English, French, and Spanish.

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An Introductory Guide to Financing for Development by the Civil Society FfD Group

By Global Inequalities

This document is an introductory briefing of the Financing for Development (FfD) process and of the Civil Society FfD Mechanism’s role in it.

By guiding readers through the UN Financing for Development world, it shines a light onto how shaping decision-making on global economic governance at the UN has the potential to transform our global economic systems to reduce inequalities within and between countries and make them work for people and the planet.

This guide was developed based on collective work by the Civil Society FfD (Financing for Development) Group, and is available in Arabic, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian.

APMDD Reaction to the Communique of the G20 Third Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting

By Global Inequalities

In response to the Communique of the G20 Finance Ministers Meeting held in Venice on 9-10 July 2021, Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD) Coordinator Lidy Nacpil said that in regard to climate, debt, and tax, the statement is underwhelming and fails to offer any indication that the demands of peoples of the Global South are heard.