Eurodad Network Strengthening
European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad)
Partners: ActionAid LBG; Financial Justice Ireland; Instytut Globalnej Odpowiedzialnosci; erlassjahr.de – Entwicklung Braucht Entshuldung; Foundation for Development of Democratic Rights; Re: Common; Glopolis O.P.S.; Oxfam Ibis; Stichting Both Ends; Weltwirtschaft, Okologie & Entwicklung – WEED EV; Xarxa de lÓbservatori del Deute en la Globalizacio; Stichting Onderzoek Multinationaleondernemingen;
Project Duration (for Ekvilib Institute):
15. November 2018 – 30. June 2022
5.669.736,00 €, Ekvilib Institute’s budget: 91.292,00 €. EU financing: 80 %
Project Title:Strengthening the institutional, operational and representational capacity of the Eurodad network to undertake coordinated actions and advocate for policy changes that help ensure a democratically controlled, environmentally sustainable financial and economic system that works to eradicate poverty and ensure human rights for all.
Specific objective: To strengthen the institutional, operational, and representational capacity of Eurodad, including the role and responsibilities of Eurodad network members for coordinated advocacy at European level on an expanded number of development finance issues, including coordinated national level action across European states, and the capacity of Eurodad to reinforce global coalitions and networks.
Coverage of the action: all EU member states, through expansion of the Eurodad network, (currently covers Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom) and other European countries: Norway, Switzerland, through Eurodad members in those countries. Africa: through cooperation with sister network, Afrodad. Asia: through cooperation with sister network, Asian People’s Movement on Debt and Development. Latin America: through cooperation with sister network Latindadd
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