The End Inequalities Asia project demonstrates the interconnections between inequalities at the national, regional and global levels. Together we are addressing inequalities between countries by working towards a more just global tax system and fighting illicit financial flows.
Take a look at the compilation of thematic and regional briefs on the Financing for Development process. These documents were developed based on collective work by the Civil Society FfD (Financing for Development) Mechanism experts. From Debt, to Taxes and Private Finances you'll learn all of the basic elements that make up the international financial architecture as it is today, and understand why it is imperative to have a systemic reform.
Learn more about our oncerns regarding the direction proposed in the Secretary General’s (SG) Our Common Agenda Policy Brief 6, which focuses on “Reforms to the International Financial Architecture.”
Addressing global hunger & malnutrition demands our attention. The UN Food Systems Summit+2 must tackle root causes, not disguise "business as usual." Join the call for real food systems change we need #FoodSystems4People Read the full statement.
Check out this article where authors argue that countries should re-embrace more democratic spaces at the United Nations, namely the Financing for Development process at the UN.
The Global Coalition of Civil Society, Indigenous Peoples, Social Movements & Local Communities for the Universal Recognition of the Right to a #HealthyEnvironmentForAll won the UN Human Rights prize 2023.
Civil society experts raise concerns about the influence of private and philanthropic foundations during the COVID19 pandemic and the ongoing pandemic treaty negotiations at WHO.
Passy Amayo Ogolla, who serves as vice chair of IRENA Global Council on Enabling Youth Action for SDG7, noted that today, there are 1.2 billion young people aged 15 to 24 years, accounting for 16 percent of the global population.