31 Aug 2015

DAWN Informs August 2015 This is a Special Issue on Financing for Development which is dedicated in loving memory to Josefa (Gigi) Francisco, the former General Coordinator of DAWN (2008-2014).
It contains the latest information and analysis as well as photos and outlines of DAWN's presence at FfD3.

  • Regressive trends in Financing for Development: The result of unbalanced negotiations
  • Reducing systemic risks, intensifying policy engagement, changing the balance of power
  • The limits to Domestic Resource Mobilization: AAAA failure to set the basis for progressive taxation, international cooperation and productive diversification
  • Favouring the private sector in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda: beyond evidence and human rights
  • A missed opportunity for African Women?
  • Africa Rising: The Cost of Extractivism in Africa
  • Fifteen Years of FFD Advocacy by DAWN

We hope you will find it useful for you analysis and advocacy.

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Events and Activities on Video

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A discussion on the gender and sexuality dimensions of China's presence in Africa and vice-versa by Rama Salla Dieng with a panel of researchers and activists.
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Overview of the importance of co-responsibility and feminist analysis of transformational policies. Featuring the voices of progressive policy makers and civil society from nine regions of the world - including DAWN's Nicole Bidegain.
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El origen económico de la desigualdad :: Llegan a Uruguay feministas de 4 continentes
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A discussion inspired by UN Women’s recent flagship report, Progress of the World's Women 2015-2016: Transforming Economies, Realizing Rights. Shahrashoub Razavi (UN Women), Gita Sen (Harvard School of Public Health), Nancy Folbre (UMass Amherst, emerita) and Janet Gornick (Graduate Center, LIS)