CSO Collective Contribution FfD Forum 2019

CSO collective contribution to the FfD Forum 2019

Civil Society FfD Group’s Statement to the 2019 ECOSCO FfD Follow-up Forum Full Statement | Short Statement for General Debate

Women’s Working Group on FfD Communique: FfD Forum 2019

Letter to ECOSOC President and FfD Forum co-facilitators – 26 February 2019

CSO FfD Group Comments FfD 2019 zero draft

  • CSO FfD Group’s Statements at the FfD Forum 2019

Statement to Opening Segment – “Navigating the headwinds and tailwinds: current global economic context and emerging trends” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Kavaljit Singh, Director, Madhyam, 15 April 2019

Statement to Ministerial Finance Dialogue 1 – “Promoting inclusive growth and reducing inequalities” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Mamadou Diallo, Deputy Secretary General, ITUC, 15 April 2019

Statement to Ministerial Finance Dialogue 1 – “Promoting inclusive growth and reducing inequalities” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Alicia Tauro (MGCY), 15 April 2019

Statement to Ministerial Dialogue 3 – “Designing integrated national financing frameworks for sustainable development” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Dereje Alemayehu, Global Alliance for Tax Justice, 16 April 2019

Statement to Ministerial Finance Dialogue 4 – “Harnessing new technologies for financing the SDGs” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD delivered by Elenita Daño, Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration (ETC Group), 16 April 2019

Statement to “Special High-level Meeting with the Bretton Woods institutions, the World Trade Organization and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD), delivered by Bodo Ellmers, EURODAD, 16 April 2019

Statement to “Special High-level Meeting with the Bretton Woods institutions, the World Trade Organization and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD), delivered by Deborah James, Our World Is Not for Sale, 16 April 2019

Statement to Panel A: “Domestic public resources” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Jose Viera, Permanent Representative, Stakeholder Group of Persons with Disabilities and CEO of The World Blind Union, 17 April 2019

Statement to Panel A: “Domestic public resources” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Jason Braganza, Tax Justice Network-Africa, 17 April 2019

Statement to Panel A: “Domestic public resources” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Misun Woo, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development, 17 April 2019

Statement to Panel B: “Domestic and international private business and finance” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Ana María Suárez Franco, FIAN International, 17 April 2019

Statement to Panel C: “International Development Cooperation” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Jennifer del Rosario-Malonzo, IBON International, 17 April 2019

Statement to Panel D: “Trade, science, technology, innovation and capacity building” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by David Boys, Public Services International, 18 April 2019

Statement to Panel D: “Trade, science, technology, innovation and capacity building” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Elenita Daño, Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration (ETC Group), 18 April 2019

Statement to Panel D: “Trade, science, technology, innovation and capacity building” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Ranja Sengupta, Third World Network, 18 April 2019

Statement to Panel E: “Debt sustainability and systemic issues” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Eric LeCompte, Jubilee USA Network, 18 April 2019

Statement to Panel E: “Debt sustainability and systemic issues” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Heron Belfon, Jubilee Caribbean, 18 April 2019

Statement to Panel E: “Debt sustainability and systemic issues” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Jurgen Kaiser, Jubilee Germany, 18 April 2019

Statement to Panel E: “Debt sustainability and systemic issues” on behalf of Civil Society FfD Group (including the Women’s Working Group on FfD) delivered by Miriam Brett, Bretton Woods Project, 18 April 2019