Tag: G20

Doing the Doughnut at the G20?

For the G20 and this week’s big climate change gabfest in Poland, Kate Raworth pulled together this smart piece on where the world’s countries have got to on living inside the doughnut, and where the burgeoning band of doughnut economists have got to in turning Kate’s big idea into a practical tool. It originally appeared […]

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Reformers v lobbyists: where have we got to on tackling corporate tax dodging?

The rhythm of NGO advocacy and campaigning sometimes makes it particularly hard to work on complicated issues, involving drawn-out negotiations where bad guys have more resources and staying power than we do. Campaigns on trade, climate change, debt relief etc often follow a similar trajectory – a big NGO splash as a new issue breaks, […]

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G-8? G-20? G-2? G-0? Who’s in charge in a world in motion? And what does it mean for INGOs?

I’ve got my head down doing some reading n writing, but luckily I am besieged by offers of guest posts, a lot of them v good. Here’s one from Oxfam International’s Advocacy and Campaigns Associate Martin Hall “Ain’t never gonna be what it was” – Little Big Roy, The Wire What with the G8 summit […]

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What's going on with global inequality? Let's ask Andy Sumner……

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How the G20 is failing on inequality

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Robin Hood, the G20 and the Greek debt crisis – what came out of last week's summit?

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G20 rap curtain-raiser – Tap Dat A$$et from MC Moneypenney

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How can advocacy NGOs respond to the global meltdown? FP2P Flashback

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Verdict on G20 food summit? Dismal, please try harder

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Living on a spike – how are high food prices actually experienced by people living in poverty?

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