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UNSUSTAINABLE and ILLEGITIMATE DEBT

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The world's biggest economies seem to be stuck in a business-as-usual mode in the face of the unprecedented multiple crises of the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic recession and the climate emergency.

ATTENTION G20: No to Covid Loans, Cancel the Debt

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Over 550 civil society organizations are calling for immediate debt cancellation to help lower-income countries fight Covid-19 in an Open Letter delivered to governments, international institutions, and, lenders.

Civil Society steps up call for debt cancellation

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You are invited to an international online concert-rally to celebrate the power of peoples' movements and express our determination to overcome debt domination.

Get Up & “Rise to the Beat of Debt Justice”

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Time to Act: Take Part in the Global Week of Action for Debt CancellationCivil society organizations around the world are coordinating on a joint initiative – the Global Week of Action for Debt Cancellation on October 10 to 17. The Week calls for debt cancellation and addressing unsustainable and illegitimate debt.

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The Philippines has been in a vulnerable position since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. This vulnerability can be explained by social, economic, health and financial factors. As a result of these pre-existing conditions, the crisis has been acutely felt by the population of the country.

The Philippines, Covid-19 and debt: Left alone to deal with the pandemic