Jubilee Research is part of the Global and National Economics (GNE) programme at nef (the New Economics Foundation, London). Jubilee Research seeks to bring these various proposals together into a coherent overall programme through an extensive process of consultation with Northern and Southern civil society groups. It is committed to challenging the present economic system.
Jubilee South (JS) is a network of debt campaigns, social movements, people’s organizations, communities, NGOs and political formations. The Jubilee South network aims to develop and strengthen a global South movement on the debt. The network has members from over 40 countries from the regions of Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Asia/Pacific, representing 85 anti-debt groups.
The Latin American Network on Debt, Development and Rights (LATINDADD, for its Spanish acronyms) gathers institutions and civil society organisations from Latin American countries, concerned about the excessive weight of the public debt (external and internal), poverty and the exclusion that the continent still has to deal with.
Network Institue for Global Democratization
NIGD aims at promoting global democratization by producing and developing emancipatory knowledge for democratic movements, organizations and states. NIGD's work is based on cross-cultural dialogue and usually joint endeavours with a number of partners from the global south.
New Economics Foundation (NEF)
NEF is an independent think-and-do tank that inspires and demonstrates real economic well-being. Their objective is to improve quality of life by promoting innovative solutions that challenge mainstream thinking on economic, environment and social issues.
New Rules for Global Finance
New Rules for Global Finance is a coalition of development, human rights, labor, environmental, and religious organizations and scholars dedicated to the reform of the global financial architecture in order to stabilize the world economy, reduce poverty and inequality, uphold fundamental rights, and protect the environment.
Our World is not for Sale
The "Our World is not for Sale" (OWINFS) network is a loose grouping of organizations, activists and social movements worldwide fighting the current model of corporate globalization embodied in global trading system. OWINFS is committed to a sustainable, socially just, democratic and accountable multilateral trading system.
Overseas Development Institute - Latin America and Caribbean Group
ODI is Britain's leading independent think-tank on international development and humanitarian issues. Our mission is to inspire and inform policy and practice which lead to the reduction of poverty, the alleviation of suffering and the achievement of sustainable livelihoods in developing countries. We develop a an interdisciplinary on Latin American issues.
Parliamentary Network in the World Bank
The Parliamentary Network on the World Bank was founded in May 2000 as an informal network of individual parliamentarians, to strengthen accountability and transparency in international financial institutions in general and in the Bank, in particular, as the largest donor of development programs throughout the world.
Political Finance was created by a network of political economists working on money and finance with the intention of generating broader debate on financial issues. The aim is to contribute ideas that could transform the monetary and financial system in the interests of working people.
Probe International exposes the devastating environmental, social, and economic effects of Canada's aid and trade abroad. Probe develops a campaign website called "Odious Debt", which collect information about the global odious debt movement, including legal, news and campaigning resources.
Rede Brasil is a network of non-profit civil society organizations. It is non partisan and public oriented. Rede was established in 1995 and joins 64 member organizations that have the common goal of monitoring and intervening in issues that relate to international financial institutions.
Rethinking finance is a website of several international civil society organisations and individuals that put forward alternative ideas and analyses on the global financial crisis.
Rios Vivos Coalition
Rios Vivos Coalition is one of the most important Latin America's networks. Rios Vivos believes in the need of a profound analysis of the current developmental paradigm responsible of promoting infra-structural projects, looking for alternative sustainable development answers for each region. The coalition is developing a program about IFIs and their social control.
SAPRIN is a global network established to expand and legitimize the role of civil society in economic policymaking and to strengthen the organized challenge to structural adjustment programs by citizens around the globe.
Social Wath is an international network informed by national citizens' groups aiming at following up the fulfilment of internationally agreed commitments on poverty eradication and equality. These national groups report, through the national Social Watch report, on the progress - or regression - towards these commitments and goals.
The South Centre is an intergovernmental thinktank for developing countries based in Geneva, providing policy research, advice, and technical assistance to developing countries on a wide range of development-related issues.
Sustainable Energy and Economy Network (SEEN)
The Sustainable Energy and Economy Network (SEEN), a project of the Institute for Policy Studies (Washington, DC) and the Transnational Institute (Amsterdam), works in partnership with citizens groups nationally and globally on environment, human rights and development issues with a particular focus on energy, climate change, environmental justice, gender equity, and economic issues, particularly as these play out in North/South relations.
The World Revolution
The World Revolution is an idea for a new, global activist social movement for progressive social change. It aims to resolve in a definitive and comprehensive manner the major social problems of our world and our era. Major issue areas of the World Revolution include: peace, human rights, the environment, and world poverty.
Third World Network
The Third World Network is an independent non-profit international network of organizations and individuals involved in issues relating to development, the Third World and North- South issues.
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