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Finance and debt

Article / 14th October 2021

A climate debt is owed. It is owed by the richest countries, whose carbon emissions—through centuries of industrialisation made possible by colonial extraction—have been the principal cause of the climate crisis.

News / 14th October 2021

Covid-19パンデミックは、開発の「悲劇的な逆転」を引き起こし、貧困国の債務を記録的レベルに押し上げたと、世界銀行グループ総裁は述べています。

Article / 14th October 2021

気候変動に対する債務があります。それは富裕国によるものであり、植民地時代の搾取によって可能になった何世紀にもわたる工業化による二酸化炭素排出が、気候危機の主な原因となっています。

News / 13th October 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a “tragic reversal” in development and pushed debt in poor countries to record levels, the head of the World Bank has said.

Report / 30th September 2021

Social Watchらによって発表された最新の「持続可能な開発に関するスポットライト2021」レポートは、新型コロナウイルス感染症危機における矛盾と偽善を克服する時期が来たと主張しています。

Report / 30th September 2021

The latest Spotlight on Sustainable Development 2021 report argues that it's time to overcome contradictions and hypocrisy in the COVID-19 crisis. Published by Social Watch et al.

Report / 24th September 2021

More than 100 countries face cuts to public spending on health, education and social protection as the Covid-19 pandemic compounds already high levels of debt, a new report says.

News / 16th September 2021

A new report from the United Nations highlights divergent economic recoveries between nations and throws fresh urgency behind warnings that richer nations are not doing enough to help poorer countries from falling further behind as the world recovers from COVID-19 disruptions.

Blog / 16th September 2021

Outrageous profits have been made by the extremely rich during the pandemic. They need to show shared sacrifice and solidarity by rallying behind the rest of the world, writes Anthony Kamande. 

Report / 3rd September 2021

A new briefing paper by Oxfam shows that the International Monetary Fund is systematically encouraging countries to adopt austerity measures once the pandemic subsides, risking a severe spike in already increased inequality levels.