This paper – initiated by Afrodad, Eurodad, Jubilee South Asia Pacific, Movement on Debt and Development, Latindadd, Third World Network, and endorsed by 137 Civil Society Organizations  –  summarizes recommendations for concrete changes that could be made at the summit in Addis Ababa, under the six headings of the Monterrey Consensus, with a seventh chapter on other important issues: 1) Mobilizing domestic financial resources; 2) Foreign direct investments and other international private flows; 3) International trade; 4) ODA and other international public support for development; 5) External debt; 6) Systemic issues: effective, inclusive global governance and monetary system reform; 7) Other important issues.

UN Financing for Development negotiations: What outcomes should be agreed in Addis Ababa in 2015?




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