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  1. Changing The Financial Climate - DDCI's first event on climate justice Issued 7 Mar 2017 - In a rapidly changing world, the environment we live in is probably changing most of all. Nevertheless, our financial system has been sluggish to respond to this unprecedented crisis, with devastating results for our planet. In a series of talks taking place around Ireland, DDCI ...
  2. Let's Get Fiscal! - DDCI Launches a Series of Talks on #TaxJustice for Women Issued 7 Mar 2017 - All around the world, the rights of women and girls are being threatened by discriminatory tax policies. Loopholes and dodgy tax practices enable many wealthy elites and multinational corporations to get away with not paying their fair share of tax. As a result, government budgets ...
  3. DDCI Launches its First Podcast - Jubileo Ecuador Issued 14 Feb 2017 - In 2008, Ecuador took the unprecedented step of auditing its external debts, finding $4 billion of them to be illegitimate. In the first ever Debt and Development podcast, we take a look at this step nearly ten years later, as Ecuador braces itself for its ...
  4. New Report: Survival of the Richest Issued 7 Dec 2016 - The European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) in conjunction with its members, including DDCI, has just published its new report Survival of the Richest. Exposing Europe's role in supporting an unjust international financial system, the report details the impacts scandals like LuxLeaks, the Panama ...
  5. DDCI seeks Consultant for Strategic Planning Review Issued 5 Sep 2016 - DDCI's current strategic plan comes to an end in 2016, and we are looking for an experienced consultant to carry out a review of the work conducted under this strategic plan, and to identify learning points that will shape the new strategic plan. This process ...
  6. DDCI Calls for Oireachtas Debate; Full Review of Tax Ruling Practices by the Revenue Commissioners Following Today’s EC Apple State Aid Ruling Issued 30 Aug 2016 - Following today’s decision by the European Commission that Apple was granted illegal state aid, Debt and Development Coalition Ireland (DDCI) is calling for a full Oireachtas debate to take place before any decision is made to contest the ruling in the European Courts. The details of the ...
  7. DDCI seeks new Development Education Officer Issued 21 Jun 2016 - DDCI is looking for a new Development Education Officer to oversee the implementation of an exciting new project funded by WorldWise Global Schools and called 'Grassroots to Government: Embedding financial justice in the Leaving Cert curriculum'  This is a fixed-term, part-time contract and would suit ...
  8. New Deal, Same Greek Tragedy Issued 15 Jun 2016 - By Derek Lynch Greece has been ensnared by a seemingly unending cycle of austerity and depression. This state of play has seen the country loose a quarter of GDP since 2007, unemployment has been steady at 25% for the past 4 years while youth unemployment has ...
  9. Spring Global Financial Justice Lecture Series Issued 15 Jun 2016 - This spring, we travelled throughout Ireland and had a number of fascinating events looking at issues of financial justice and the links between the financial system and global poverty. If you were unable to make it, or were there and want more information, our speakers' ...
  10. The Panama Papers Issued 26 May 2016 - By Derek Lynch The aggressive tax planning and dodging of high worth individuals and corporations has come to the fore in recent weeks thanks to the leak of more than 11 million documents contained in the Panama Papers. These documents were leaked from a Panamanian law ...
  11. Vulture Funds, Debt and Housing Issued 26 Apr 2016 - Vulture Funds have been a key player in the Global South for years, but more recently their focus on the Irish property market has been a subject of concern closer to home. Join DDCI on Wednesday May 4th at 18:30 in the Teacher's club for ...
  12. Talk #3: Taxation and Global Justice: do tax laws fuel inequality? Issued 25 Feb 2016 - DDCI Spring 2016 Financial Justice Series Taxation and Global Justice: do tax laws fuel inequality?Over recent years increasing attention has been given to the structures multi-national firms use to manage their tax liabilities.   At this event, Michaél Collins (NERI) will examine the structures multinational ...
  13. Talks #1 & #2: Ireland and the global market -- how financial markets create global inequality Issued 25 Jan 2016 - How do international financial markets drive economic inequality? What are the key global justice issues caused by financial markets? How do we find ways to deconstruct economic jargon and speak to our TDs about these issues? Join DDCI and our guest speakers Conor McCabe and Professor ...
  14. Members' Coffee Morning, Monday 29th February Issued 25 Jan 2016 - DDCI wish to invite all of our members to a coffee morning taking place on Monday 29th February in the Carmichael Centre, 4 Brunswick St North, Dublin 7, from 11am to 1pm. The morning will be a chance for our new Director, Maeve Bateman, to ...
  15. Debt and Development Coalition Ireland’s 22nd Annual AGM, followed by IMF evening event Issued 26 Nov 2015 - Debt and Development Coalition Ireland’s 22nd Annual AGMwill take place on Thursday 3 December, 3.30pm, in the O'Casey Room of the Gresham Hotel, O'Connell Street, Dublin 1. Teas and coffees will be served from 3pm onwards. The AGM is primarily for members, however supporters who are ...
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