Local Production of Drugs and Corporate Capture: Analysis of the Brazilian Case

Local Production of Drugs and Corporate Capture REBRIP

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GUIDELINES TO IMPLEMENTING SDGS: GOAL 10- REDUCING INEQUALITY

Guideline to implementing SDGs Goal 10 – English Version

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Policy Recommendations C20 2016 ECSN-BRICSAM

  Civil society organisations from the BRICSAM region (Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China, South Africa and Mexico, brought together through the “Empowering Civil Society Networks (ECSN) from a Multi-polar World” project have developed a joint set of G20 policy recommendations for the 2016 Civil20 Communiqué.  The ECSN policy recommendations are focused on the thematic areas […]

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Interview with Regina Kiriutina, ECSN BRICSAM Russia and GCAP Russia Coordinator

Regina Kiriutina is a program officer for GCAP Russia and a coordinator for the ECSN BRICSAM Program in the Russian Federation. She is a gender equality advocate and recently attended the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Antalya, Turkey and a workshop on engaging with the G20 in Beijing China hosted by CSN BRICSAM partner, the Social […]

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Does the Idea of Choice Reinforce Inequality?

By Will Lasky ECSN BRICSAM Program Officer For Richer…or Poorer? The Capture of Growth and Politics in Emerging Economies, presents some staggering data plus case studies charting the exponential increase of elite wealth in BRICSAM countries.  According to the report: “If the top is dissected into even-smaller fractions, and each of these fractions is divided […]

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An Economy of the 1%: New Oxfam Briefing Paper

In coffee shop talk, a false duality crops between capitalism and socialism in relation to inequality. It’s capitalism, man! Well, maybe it is. But to be more precise, what everyone is trying and failing to describe is corruption, or a specific kind of capitalism: the crony sort. George Soros, in The Crisis of Global Capitalism […]

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BRICSAM Civil Society Networks Denounce Corporate Capture of Health and Food Sectors

  (Geneva, Nov. 18th 2015) – At the opening of the UN Business and Human Rights Forum in Geneva, civil society networks from Brazil, Russia, Indonesia, India, China, South Africa and Mexico (ECSN-BRICSAM networks) expressed their concern with the undue influence exerted by corporations over global governance and national decision-making processes and the resulting prevalence […]

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Tax policies in three of world’s largest emerging economies jeopardizing efforts to fight inequality

Press release from Addis Ababa: New research comparing tax policies in Indonesia, South Africa and Brazil has revealed how national tax policies reinforce inequality, and how the broken international tax system is amplifying the problem. A new report ´Cross-country research on tax policy and inequality: A Comparative study of Indonesia, South Africa and Brazil’ produced […]

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