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Green Deal vs fossil gas: Supporting Croatia LNG, a case of EU hypocrisy

The new decade just started with the approval of the European Green Deal and its €1 trillion plan to finance the transition to a low-carbon economy in Europe during the next ten years. It’s a historic step that follows the approval of an ambitious policy at the European Investment Bank (EIB) just a few months […]

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Cast the spotlight on financial injustice to tackle rising inequalities, says new report

26 September 2019 As the international community meets at the UN General Assembly to review progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a new report launched by Citizens for Financial Justice argues that the increased and unregulated growth of the finance industry has been contributing to deepening inequalities across the world.  Spotlight on financial justice […]

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EU development finance can play a stronger and better role, say CSOs

July 2019 CEE Bankwatch Network, Concord, Counter Balance and Eurodad submitted a set of recommendations to the High Level Group of Wise Persons on the European financial architecture for development. Below is a summary of the main points. The full version is available here. Over the last few decades, the European financial architecture for development […]

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