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High time for EU bank to better tackle fraud and corruption in its investments

Last week, dramatic news came from Italy: a state of emergency had to be declared in Venice following dramatic floods – the city was engulfed by 1.87m high water levels. One question now very much on the minds of those affected is why a much-vaunted multi-billion dollar flood protection scheme, known as the MOSE project, […]

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Spotlight on financial justice – understanding global inequalities to overcome financial injustice

Citizens for Financial Justice new report – Spotlight on financial justice: understanding global inequalities to overcome financial injustice – is being released on Thursday 26 September 2019, to coincide with the High Level Dialogue on Financing for Development at the UN. The report was compiled by Citizens for Financial Justice partners and other contributors, coordinated […]

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#EP2019: Will you stand up for financial justice?

The objectives of the European Union are being diverted from its foundations as a union for peace and solidarity, towards servicing the interests of the financial elite. As part of the Citizens for Financial Justice network, we’re calling on European election candidates to stand up for financial justice and pledge to put people before profit: […]

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