Rethinking Bretton Woods | Mon, Feb 9, 2015
Center of Concern remains committed to advocacy to promote that the new development agenda that will emerge at the United Nations in September 2015 be financed by sufficient, progressively raised and spent and accountable means of financing.
On February 10 2015, Rethinking Bretton Woods Project Director Aldo Caliari speaks at an event held by UNCTAD at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Means of Implementation for the post-2015 development agenda.
On February 3-5 he delivered a statement at the first meeting of the UN committee tasked with defining a multilateral framework for sovereign debt restructuring. The costs of unsustainable debts and of debt crises continue to be a key obstacle in development efforts.
On January 27-29, he participated of the first Drafting Session in the lead up to the Third Financing for Development Summit where, among other things, governments are expected to review progress and chart the way forward for all financing sources needed to achieve the new development goals. [Read information on a side-event held during this drafting session]