Sameer Dossani

Sameer Dossani has been working on issues of debt, development, human rights and the international financial institutions for over 10 years, including as Executive Director of 50 Years Is Enough: U.S. Network for Global Economic Justice. Sameer is ActionAid’s expert on the ‘BRICS’, including Brazil, Russia, India and China.  He has been working on international economic justice issues for over 10 years, including leading the international network on accountability of the Asian Development Bank and the U.S. Network for Economic Justice. 

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At Rio’s Earth Summit, another chance to take action to address hunger and climate change passes us by. Friday marked the end of the Rio +20 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Given the low expectations...
World leaders agreed today to support European efforts to integrate European banking sectors in a bid to support governments affected by the ongoing Eurozone crisis. Heads of state had earlier...
Biofuels = Hunger!
Representatives of world governments are gathering this week in Rio de Janeiro for the final round of negotiations prior to next week’s Earth Summit. The gathering, commemorating twenty years since...
World leaders from key emerging economies met here in Delhi yesterday and agreed to begin the process of creating a new development bank.The agreement was one of the primary outcomes in the BRICS...
As the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) holds its 31st Regional Conference for Asia and the Pacific in Hanoi next week, leaders would do well to consider the stark choice before them....
Like any economy, the food economy has three basic components: production, distribution and consumption. But food is a very particular kind of commodity: it’s also a human right and has long been...