Catch Them If You Can – a briefing paper on how financial transfers from poor to rich is the rule, not the exception
This briefing paper is primarily focused on financial transfers – those transfers to and from developing countries in the wider context of radical inequalities and human underdevelopment. It is an ongoing story that concerns each and every one of us – not just politicians, business people and policymakers.
Do you know what happens with your money and its real-world impact on the planet and on others along the way?
The public consultation on how Ireland’s development cooperation can contribute towards meeting the ambitious objectives of new international development policies, including the 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development Goals agreed by the United Nations in 2015, was launched on July 12th 2018 by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Irish Aid. The consultation is structured … More Policy submission / Ireland’s White Paper on International Development
Ahead of the UN High Level Political Forum in July 2018, Coalition 2030 has identified several key issues that warrant particular attention with regard to Ireland’s implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The shadow report prepared by Coalition 2030 members: sets out some of the most pressing issues with regard to Ireland’s SDG performance … More Shadow report / Coalition 2030 Challenges Government’s First Progress Report to UN Body
80:20 submission to Review of Ireland’s Foreign Policy and External Relations (public consultation document) by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Submission date: February 4, 2014 Page length: 5 pages Download: 80:20 submission (PDF)