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Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 10am EDT.
The ECOSOC Forum on Financing for Development will be held from April 12-15. This year’s forum will focus on financing the COVID-19 recovery. But what is Financing for Development (FFD), and how can it usher in transformative solutions to address the massive inequalities between the global south and global north?
The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung – New York Office is hosting an online talk show with activist and FFD expert, Tetet Lauron to try and answer these questions and take a critical look at the FFD Forum. She will speak with other activists and policy experts about how addressing structural and systemic issues can make financing for development both sustainable, transformative and crucial in ending global injustices.
We invite you to take part in this insightful exchange and see how our many struggles for economic, social, gender and climate justice are connected!
Bhumika Muchhala is a lawyer, activist and educator on development economics, global governance and international political economy issues. She is currently a senior policy analyst at the Third World Network. She is currently completing her PhD on the subject of political economy, global injustice and decolonial and feminist theory, and is working with various organization to promote economic justice and rights.
Emilia Reyes is Director at Equidad de Género: Ciudadanía, Trabajo y Familia, a feminist Mexican organization. She is a highly visible figure in intergovernmental negotiations, including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals, Financing for Development, the UN Commission on the Status of Women, and the UN Climate Change Conference. She is currently a co-chair of the Women’s Working Group on FFD.
Vitalice Meja is Executive Director of Reality of Aid-Africa and has over 20 years experience in development work, focusing on policy analysis and research on development economics. He is an expert on aid and development effectiveness issues, and has also been instrumental in the debt campaign in Africa.
Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York