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Die Pioneers of Change ermutigen zu kulturellem, sozial und ökologisch nachhaltigem Wandel. Sie erreichten heuer mit ihrem Online Summit 35.000 Menschen!read more »
Martina Neuwirth analysiert ob Europas Grüner Deal einen „gerechten und inklusiven Übergang“ zu effektivem Klimaschutz darstellt oder doch eher als Schutzschild gegen ärmere Länder des Südens eingesetzt wird.read more »
Green finance is supposed to fund the fight against climate change. But who really wins? Authors of the latest Journal of Development Policy provided answers in a webinar.read more »
Covid-19 affects us all, but not all equally. Documentation of a webinar on vaccine inequlity, with Carlos Correa and Fatima Hassan.
The tax justice network's "mammoth achievement ... for accountability and fair taxation" are apparently worthy of a Nobel Prize. VIDC has been closely linked with GATJ since its founding in 2013. We are pleased and…read more »
The EU and China are competing for economic influence in Africa. Lloyd Amoah from the University of Ghana speaks about the role of old and new superpowers on the continent and Africa’s own agency.read more »
This year's Development Conference will take place on 13 and 14 November and, due to the pandemic, only online. The VIDC is co-organiser of the conference and hosts the Africa panel.read more »
Thursday, 22 October 2020, 17.00 – 18.30 (Zoom Webinar)
The European Union and China compete for influence in Africa - also in the course of Covid-19 support measures. Will this open up new opportunities for Africans?
H. Krieger analyzes the causes of the revolt, which is directed against mismanagement and corruption, as well as the consequences of the influence of regional and global powers through economic, political and military…read more »
Apart from a moratorium, creditors have not (yet) promised any further concessions. Many highly indebted countries have also borrowed from Austria.read more »