For Sign-on: Joint CSO statement to Public Development Banks on the occasion of the Finance in Common Summit
The “Finance in Common” summit will take place on 9-12 November 2020. In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and the global socio-economic and climate crises, the Finance in Common Summit will stress the crucial role of Public Development Banks (PDBs) in reconciling short-term countercyclical responses to the crisis with sustainable recovery measures that will have a long-term impact on the planet and societies.
The summit is gathering the world’s 450 PDBs to discuss their role, their ambition, their challenges and opportunities;

A wide group of civil society organisations working on climate, environment, sustainable development, biodiversity, Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples' Rights, gender, and other topics, have worked jointly over the past few months to develop a joint cross-constituency statement with a number of demands towards PDBs: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yG05kICOqNa2Zi67mrKVUBtsAiavhtLK/view?usp=sharing

In order to maximize our impact, it will be crucial to gather for as many organizations as possible to sign this statement and put forth a powerful common voice on the occasion of the summit. Please note we are only asking for organizations to sign-on (no individuals) and when you do fill out the form, please ensure that you have your organization's mandate to do so.

The joint statement will be published with the list of signatories, in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese on Monday 9 November.

**** The deadline for sign-ons is Friday 6 November at 17:00 UTC. ****
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