CS FfD Groups’ Side Events at the 2022 FfD Forum – 25 April to 28 April 2022

CS FfD Group’s response to First Draft 2022 FfD Outcome Document – 7 April 2022

CS FfD Group’s letter to member states to urgently agree FfD4 and concerns with SG’s Biennial Summit (First Draft) – 5 April 2022

CS FfD Group’s response to Zero Draft 2022 FfD Outcome Document – 24 March 2022

Comments to the 2022 Financing for Sustainable Development Report (pdf) – 22 March 2022

Inputs to 2022 FfD Forum – 15 February 2022

Civil Society FfD Group’s Statements at the FfD Forum 2022

Panel I: Financing the SDGs by increasing fiscal space for an inclusive and sustainable
recovery

Inputs by lead discussant: Delivered by Bhumika Muchhala, Third World Network on behalf of the Civil Society Financing for Development Group (including Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Pooja Rangaprasad, Society for International Development (SID) on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Panel II: Aligning the global debt architecture with the SDGs: What will it take?

Inputs by lead discussant: Delivered by Iolanda Fresnillo, Eurodad on behalf of Civil Society FfD group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Emilia Reyes on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Special High-level Meeting with Bretton Woods Institutions, WTO and UNCTAD

Inputs by lead discussant: Delivered by Iolanda Fresnillo, Eurodad on behalf of the Civil Society Financing for Development Group (including Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Bodo Ellmers, Global Policy Forum on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Claudio Fernandes on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Panel III: Building a fair and effective tax system and combatting illicit financial flows

Inputs by lead discussant: Delivered by Chenai Mukumba, Tax Justice Network Africa on behalf of the Civil Society Financing for Development Group (including Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Dereje Alemayehu, Global Alliance for Tax Justice on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Tove Maria Ryding, Eurodad on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Tony Salvador, Third World Network on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Panel IV: Boosting private investment in the SDGs

Inputs by lead discussant: Delivered by Rodolfo Lahoy, IBON International on behalf of the Civil Society Financing for Development Group (including Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Maria Jose Romero, Eurodad on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Statement: Delivered by Flora Sonkin, Society for International Development on behalf of the Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Panel V: Expanding concessional finance aligned with national sustainable development strategies

Statement: (Undelivered) by Bonnie Berry Save The Children on behalf of the Civil Society Financing for Development Group (including Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Panel VI: Sustainable and just transition

Inputs by lead discussant: Delivered by Emilia Reyes on behalf of the Civil Society Financing for Development Group (including Women’s Working Group on FfD)

Panel VII: Digital transition: opportunities and risks

Inputs by lead discussant: Delivered by Anita Gurumurthy, IT For Change on behalf of the Civil Society Financing for Development Group (including Women’s Working Group on FfD)