The DRGR-Proposal

The proposal “Debt Relief for a Green and Inclusive Recovery” was drafted by an international group of experts. It has found significant echo among international organisations and across stakeholders. In particular, the V20 group of finance ministers has issued a statement that closely mirrors our proposal.

On this page, you find a short video, blog entries, Op-Eds and the two main reports to get the gist of it.

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3-minutes explainer video

Report  “Securing Private-Sector Participation and Creating Policy Space for Sustainable Development”

This new report updates our first report with more details on how countries can develop their green and inclusive recovery strategies, and how the private sector can be induced to participate in debt reduction.

Summary Blog “4 Steps of Debt Relief for a Green and Inclusive Recovery” (GDP Center, Boston University)

Op-Ed: The G20’s missed opportunity

Report “Debt Relief for a Green and Inclusive Recovery”

Our first report published in November 2020 outlines the general framework of our proposal. Under the link you find a wealth of material regarding the presentation and discussion of the report. The Spanish version has been published here: Propuesta “Alivio de la deuda para una recuperaciĆ³n verde e inclusiva”