European Network on Debt and Development

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European Network on Debt and Development is a network of 49 non-governmental organisations from 19 European countries. Eurodad and its members make up a network which researches and works on issues that are related to debt, development finance and poverty reduction.

The European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) continues to play a vital role in European and global civil society initiatives on tax justice, effective aid, ending debt crises and publicly-backed private finance, as well as related economic and financial policy issues relating to the global south and north.

In 2017, the network consisted of 46 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in 19 European countries. This includes all the main European NGOs involved in development finance, and comprises large and small groups, as well as religious and other specialist networks and platforms. Member organisations are supported by the Eurodad secretariat, which is located in Brussels. Eurodad is also in continuous dialogue about policy developments and priorities with partner networks from the global south.