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					          Statement on the proposed “Global Summit” to reform the international financial system

Background
The past few months have seen one of the most significant financial crises in North American and European
history. The response was just as historic. To stave off regional and global recessions and restore stability and
confidence in the market, northern governments are pursuing a massive and unprecedented program of
government intervention, nationalizing banks, injecting massive subsidies into ailing institutions and re-
regulating their financial sectors.

This response sits in direct contrast to the austere neoliberal policies pressed on developing countries by the
World Bank, International Monetary Fund and developed countries for the past thirty years. Governments have
been pushed to liberalize trade barriers, deregulate financial and labour markets, privatize national industries,
abolish subsidies, and reduce social and economic spending. The state saw its role severely reduced.

This double standard is not only unacceptable, but it also signals the demise of free-market fundamentalism.
The international financial system, its architecture and its institutions have been completely overwhelmed by
the scale of the current financial and economic crisis. The financial system, its architecture and its institutions
must be completely rethought.

A truly global response to a global crisis
In recent weeks, leaders worldwide have recognized the deficiencies of the existing system and the need to meet
to address a broader set of proposals to reform the global financial system and its institutions. The G20 are now
set to meet in Washington DC on November 15 to begin the discussions. It is of course imperative to agree on
immediate measures to address the crisis, and we emphasize that priority must be given to responses to the
impacts on ordinary employees and workers, low-income households, pensioners and other extremely vulnerable
sectors. But we are deeply concerned that the proposed meetings will be carried out in a rushed and non-inclusive
manner, and as a result, will not address the comprehensive range of changes needed, nor fairly allocate their burden.

Though the crisis originated in northern countries, the impacts are likely to be greatest in developing countries.
It is therefore critical that all countries have a say in the process to change the international financial
architecture. No equitable and sustainable solutions to transforming the current system will come out of a
conference that is rapidly-prepared and excludes many countries and civil society. Such efforts are in fact more
likely to further undermine public trust and confidence and to further disenfranchise countries that are already
opting for regional solutions over a stronger, more coherent and fairer international financial system.

Our demands –time for a fundamental rethink
We, the undersigned civil society organizations, support the fundamental and far-reaching transformation of the
international financial and economic system. To serve this purpose, we support a major international
conference convened by the UN to review the international financial and monetary architecture, its institutions
and its governance, but only if the meeting follows a process that:

1.   is inclusive and participatory of all governments of the world;
2.   includes representatives from civil society, citizen’s groups, social movements and other stakeholders;
3.   has a clear timeline and process for regional consultations, particularly with those most affected by the crisis;
4.   is comprehensive in scope, tackling the full array of issues and institutions;
5.   is transparent, with proposals and draft outcome documents made publicly available and discussed well in
     advance of the meeting.

Full use should be made of the new UN task force on the global financial system, the upcoming UN Financing
for Development meeting and other UN instances to begin preparing such a global meeting.

There are no quick fixes in the transition from the current system - which has fostered instability and inequity -
towards a just, sustainable and accountable one, which yields benefits for the majority of the world’s people.
Signatories:

      INTERNATIONAL and REGIONAL NETWORKS AND ORGANIZATIONS (36)
1.    ACORD International
2.    ActionAid International
3.    Africa Internally Displaced Persons Voice (Africa IDP Voice)
4.    Africa Jubilee South
5.    African Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ)
6.    African Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD)
7.    Asia-Pacific Network for Food Sovereignty
8.    Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
9.    BankTrack
10.   CADTM international network
11.   CIDSE
12.   CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation
13.   Confederación Latinomaricana de Cooperativas y Mutuales de Trabajadores- COLACOT. Area
      Andina
14.   Convergencia de Movimientos de los Pueblos de las Américas (COMPA)
15.   European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN)
16.   European Network on Debt and Development (EURODAD)
17.   European Solidarity Towards Equal Participation of People (EUROSTEP)
18.   Friends of the Earth Europe
19.   Friends of the Earth International (FoEI)
20.   Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP)
21.   Global Policy Forum Europe
22.   International Gender and Trade Network
23.   International Gender and Trade Network (IGTN) - Africa
24.   Jubilee South - Asia/Pacific Movement on Debt and Development
25.   Jubilee South Americas
26.   Oxfam International
27.   Plataforma Interamericana de Derechos Humanos Democracia y Desarrollo
28.   Public Services International
29.   Red Latinoamericana sobre Deuda, Desarrollo y Derechos (LATINDADD)
30.   Red Latinoiberoamericana y caribeña de Trabajadores Sociales (Relats)
31.   Red Solidaria por los Derechos Humanos (REDH)
32.   RedLat - Red Latinoamericana de Investigación en empresas Multinacionales
33.   Social Watch
34.   Tax Justice Network
35.   Third World Network
36.   World Federation of United Nations Associations

      AFRICA (60)
37.   Civil Society Organizations Network for Development (RESOCIDE), Burkina Faso
38.   adesproh, Cameroon
39.   African Women's Association (AWA), Cameroon
40.   Center for the Promotion of Economic and Social Alternatives (CPAES), Cameroon
41.   Collectif Inter-Associatif pour la Réalisation des Activités Scientifiques et Techniques "jeunes" au
      Cameroun (CIRASTIC ), Cameroon
42.   Consortium d’Appui aux Actions pour la Promotion et le Développement de l’Af (CAPDA),
      Cameroon
43.   United Nations Associations (UNA) Cameroon, Cameroon
44.   Mouvement d'Action pour la Renaissance et le Salut , Central African Republic
45.   FODEX, Congo DR
46.   Groupe de réflexion et d appui pour la promotion rurale, Congo DR
47.   Lutte Nationale Contre la Pauvreté; LUNACOP asbl, Congo DR
48.   Nouvelles alternatives pour le développement , Congo DR
49.   Youth Development of Congo (YOUDEC), Congo DR
50.   Interfaith Peace-building Initiative, Ethiopia
51.   United Nations Assocation of Ethiopia, Ethiopia
52.   Education for All Gambia Network, Gambia
53.   Worldview The Gambia, Gambia
54.   Ghana Trade and Livelihood Coalition, Ghana
55.   Global Action for Women Empowerment, Ghana
56.   SEEK TO SAVE FOUNDATION, Ghana
57.   Women Empowerment and Child Reproductive Health Education, Ghana
58.   CERIDA (Centre d'étude et de recherche pour l'intégration régionale et le développement de
      l'Afrique), Guinea
59.   FONG-Guinée (Fédération des ONG nationales de Guinée), Guinea
60.   Council for Economic Empowerment For Women in Africa -Kenya Chapter (Ceewak), Kenya
61.   KENYA DEBT RELIEF NETWORK (KENDREN), Kenya
62.   Social Development Network (SODNET), Kenya
63.   Soldiers of Peace International Association [SPIA], Kenya
64.   The Regional Center for Community Welfare and Extension, Kenya
65.   Health N Rights Education Programme, Malawi
66.   Federation des Collectifs d’ONG du Mali (FECONG), Mali
67.   Groupe Pivot Education de Base, Mali
68.   Mouvement Pour L'autosuffisance Alimentaire (MAA), Mauritius
69.   CRUZEIRO DO SUL, Research Institute for Development, Mozambique
70.   African Women Empowerment Guild, Nigeria
71.   Fantsuam Foundation, Nigeria
72.   HEALTH FIRST IN AFRICA, Nigeria
73.   Human Rights Defenders Network, Nigeria
74.   International Centre for Women Empowerment & Child Development (ICWECD), Nigeria
75.   Labour,Health and human Rigts Development Center,lhahrdev, Nigeria
76.   Niger Delta Women's Movement for Peace and Development. (NDWPD), Nigeria
77.   FEMNET - The African Women's Development and Communications Network,
      Regional/International
78.   Association pour le Développement Economique Social Environnemental du Nord (ADESEN),
      Senegal
79.   Centre de Recherches et de Promotion pour la Sauvegarde des Sites et Monuments Historiques en
      Afrique, Senegal
80.   Forum of African Voluntary Development Organizations (FOVAD), Senegal
81.   Centre de Recherches et de Promotion pour la Sauvegarde des Sites et Monuments Historiques en
      Afrique, South Africa
82.   Economic Justice Network, South Africa
83.   South African Municipal Workers' Union, South Africa
84.   Southern Africa Peoples' Solidarity Network (SAPSN), South Africa
85.   Esquerra Unida P.V., Área de Paui Solidaritat, Sudan
86.   Zenab For Women In Development, Sudan
87.   Social Vision Group Tasnzania, Tanzania
88.    The Good Samaritan Social Service, Tanzania
89.    ATTAC Togo, Togo
90.    Magnificat Environment Association, Togo
91.    DENIVA, Uganda
92.    Network of Ugandan Researchers and Research Users (NURRU), Uganda
93.    Southern and Eastern African Trade Information and Negotiaitions Institute, Uganda
94.    Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, Zambia
95.    Jubilee Zambia, Zambia
96.    Zimbabwe Coaltion on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD), Zimbabwe

       ASIA PACIFIC (105)
97.    act for peace- National Council of Churches in Australia, Australia
98.    AID/WATCH, Australia
99.    Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network, Australia
100.   Jubilee Australia, Australia
101.   Loreto Sisters, Australia
102.   Presentation Congregation Queensland, Australia
103.   Presentation Sisters (Wagga Wagga), Australia
104.   Sisters of St Joseph of Goulburn, Australia
105.   STEERglobal, Australia
106.   The Commons Institute, Australia
107.   The Oaktree Foundation, Australia
108.   University of Sydney, Australia
109.   ED NGO Forum Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan
110.   Angikar Bangladesh, Bangladesh
111.   Asia-Pacific Network for Food Sovereignty (APNFS), Bangladesh Secretariat, Bangladesh
112.   Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication, Bangladesh
113.   BanglaPraxis, Bangladesh
114.   Better Coastal Livelihood Partnership (BECOLPO), Bangladesh
115.   Coastal Development Partnership (CDP), Bangladesh
116.   Community Development Library, Bangladesh
117.   Counterhegemony, Bangladesh
118.   Environment and Social Development, Bangladesh
119.   Equity and Justice Working Group Bangladesh (equitybd), Bangladesh
120.   Jatiyo Sramik Jote(National Workers Alliance), Bangladesh
121.   Network for Ensuring Water Security (NEWS), Bangladesh
122.   Right to Food Movement, Bangladesh
123.   Unnayan Onneshan, Bangladesh
124.   VOICE, Bangladesh
125.   Youth Movement for Environmental Governance (YMEG), Bangladesh
126.   SILAKA, Cambodia
127.   Alternatives Asia, India
128.   Childcare consortium, India
129.   Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace (India), India
130.   Gender, Livelihoods and Resources Forum (GLRF), India
131.   ggs institute of information communication technology india, India
132.   Indian Social Action Forum (INSAF), India
133.   International Presentation Sisters Network India, India
134.   IT for Change, India
135.   Jana Sakha Parishad,(ngo-jsp), India
136.   Kerala Rural Development Agency, Karunagappally, Kollam, Kerala, India
137.   MULNIVASI MUKTI MANCH - Indigenous People Liberation Forum, India
138.   nay keran manav kalayn vidhek sahita society, India
139.   Neighbourhood Community Network (NCN), India
140.   Network of Asia Pacific Youth, India
141.   OpenSpace, India
142.   People Like Us (PLUS) Kolkata, India
143.   Social Watch India (National Social Watch Coalition), India
144.   South Asian Network for Social & Agricultural Development(SANSAD), India
145.   Vikas Adhyayan Kendra (VAK), India
146.   Anand Ashram Foundation, Indonesia
147.   Anti Debt Coalition (KAU), Indonesia
148.   Cakrawala Timur, Indonesia
149.   International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development (INFID), Indonesia
150.   Perhimpunan Hanjuang Mahardika Nusantara (PHMN), Indonesia
151.   Puspa, Indonesia
152.   Tura Jaji Institute, Indonesia
153.   ATTAC Japan, Japan
154.   Jubilee Kansai Net, Japan
155.   Jubilee Kyushu on World Debt and Poverty, Japan
156.   Mercedarian Missionaries, Japan
157.   People's Plan Study Group, Japan
158.   FAMILLES CORAIL VIVANT, Kanaky - New Caledonia
159.   Green Salvation, Kazakhstan
160.   Bureau on Human Rights and Rule of Law, Kyrgyzstan
161.   Consumers Association of Penang, Malaysia
162.   Friends of the Earth Malaysia, Malaysia
163.   National Union Of Bank Employees, Malaysia
164.   Centre for Human Rights and Development, Mongolia
165.   Tribal Media Group, Myanmar - Burma
166.   LDC Watch, Nepal
167.   Nepal Policy Institute - NPI, Nepal
168.   Rural Reconstruction Nepal, Nepal
169.   Shanti Trust Nepal, Nepal
170.   South Asia Alliance for Poverty Eradication (SAAPE), Nepal
171.   Association of Presbyterian Women Aotearoa New Zealand, New Zealand
172.   Council for International Development (CID), New Zealand
173.   Aurat Foundation, Pakistan
174.   CADTM-Pakistan, Pakistan
175.   Economic Justice and Development Organization (EJAD), Pakistan
176.   International Peace Commission, Pakistan
177.   National Foundation, Pakistan
178.   Paras Social Welfare Association Thanhiro PO Rustam Tehsil Lakhi, Pakistan
179.   Skyian Welfare Organization (SKYIANS), Pakistan
180.   Umeedenao Citizen Community Board, Pakistan
181.   Youth Empowerment Society (YES), Pakistan
182.   Alliance of Progressive Labor, Philippines
183.   Assalam Bangsamoro People's Association, Philippines
184.   Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
185.   Confederation of Independent Unions in the Public Sector (CIU), Philippines
186.   Confederation of Labor and Allied Social Services (CLASS), Philippines
187.   Democratic Association of the Youth (SDK-Philippines), Philippines
188.   Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN), Philippines
189.   DevTecgroup, Philippines
190.   Foundation for Media Alternatives, Philippines
191.   Freedom from Debt Coalition, Philippines
192.   Institute for Studies in Asian Church & Culture, Philippines
193.   KALAYAAN-Philippines (Movement for People's Freedom), Philippines
194.   Koalisyon Pabahay ng Pilipinas(KPP) - Philippine Housing Rights Coalition, Philippines
195.   Philippine Peace and Solidarity Coucil, Philippines
196.   WomanHealth Philippines, Philippines
197.   Grassroots-Network for Good Governance Trust Board, Inc., Solomon Islands
198.   SUN Party, Solomon Islands
199.   Movement for Land and Agricultural Reform, Sri Lanka
200.   Wallis et Futuna/Cioff-Loau Ngo, Tonga
201.   Union for the Defense of the Aral Sea and Amudarya, Uzbekistan

       EUROPE (151)
202.   Arche Noah, Austria
203.   ARGE Schöpfungsverantwortung, Austria
204.   Attac Austria, Austria
205.   Catholic Youth of Austria, Austria
206.   Declaration of Salzburg for Development in Solidarity, Austria
207.   Divine Word Missionaries Austria, Austria
208.   GLOBAL 2000/Friends of the Earth Austria, Austria
209.   Global Responsibility-Austrian Platform for Development and Humanitarian Aid, Austria
210.   International Protection, Austria
211.   Katholische Sozialakademie Österreichs - ksoe, Austria
212.   SERI - Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Austria
213.   SOS Mitmensch, Austria
214.   Volkshilfe, Austria
215.   11.11.11-Belgium, Belgium
216.   ATTAC FLANDERS / VLAANDEREN, Belgium
217.   Centre National de Cooperation au Developpement (CNCD-11.11.11), Belgium
218.   Europe External Policy Advisors (EEPA), Belgium
219.   Réseau Belge de Lutte contre la Pauvreté, Belgium
220.   SOLIDAR, Belgium
221.   Bulgarian Gender Research Foundation, Bulgaria
222.   European Anti-Poverty Network - Bulgaria, Bulgaria
223.   Ecumenical Academy, Czech Republic
224.   Prague Global Policy Institute (GLOPOLIS), Czech Republic
225.   Africa Contact, Denmark
226.   IBIS - Education for Development, Denmark
227.   Service Centre for Development Cooperation (KEPA), Finland
228.   Association Internationales de Techniciens, Experts et Chercheurs (AITEC), France
229.   Les Amis de la Terre, France
230.   Plate-forme Dette & Développement, France
231.   Association of German Development NGOs (VENRO), Germany
232.   Attac Germany, Germany
233.   Erlassjahr, Germany
234.   terre des hommes Germany, Germany
235.   URGEWALD, Germany
236.   WEED - World Economy, Ecology & Development Assoc., Germany
237.   Weltwirtschaft, Ökologie & Entwicklung (World Economy, Ecology & Development), Germany
238.   ATTAC Hungary, Hungary
239.   Debt and Development Coalition, Ireland
240.   Member of Justice Group, Ireland
241.   Presentation Justice Network Ireland, Ireland
242.   Presentation Sisters Northern Province Ireland, Ireland
243.   Sisters Of Mercy, Ireland
244.   Trocaire, Ireland
245.   ActNow Alliance, Italy
246.   Africa-Europe Faith And Justice Network- Antenna Italiana AEFJN, Italy
247.   Associazione Intervita, Italy
248.   Campagna per le riforma della Banca Mondiale, Italy
249.   Claretian Missionaries, Italy
250.   Congregation of the Mission, Italy
251.   European Union of Public Relations, Italy
252.   FIOM-CGIL (italian metalworkers trade union), Italy
253.   Holy Family Sisters of Bordeaux, Italy
254.   Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Italy
255.   Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Commission (Union of Superiors General, USG/UISG), Italy
256.   Marist Fathers, Italy
257.   Misisonary Franciscan Sisters, Italy
258.   Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Italy
259.   Religiosas Jesús-María, Italy
260.   Sindacato dei Lavoratori Intercategoriale (SdL Intercategoriale), Italy
261.   The Brothers of Christian Instruction, Italy
262.   The Society of African Missions, Italy
263.   Transform! Italia, Italy
264.   World Economy & Development In Brief, Luxembourg
265.   SOS Malta, Malta
266.   Environment and Development Service (Both ENDS), Netherlands
267.   Wemos, Netherlands
268.   Association for International Water Studies (FIVAS), Norway
269.   Fisheries & Aquaculture Development Organisation, Norway
270.   Networkers North South, Norway
271.   Norwegian Campaign for Debt Cancellation - Jubilee SLUG, Norway
272.   The Norwegian Forum for Environment and Development, Norway
273.   Network of East-West Women/NEWW-Polska, Poland
274.   Associação de Promotores de Saúde Ambiente e Desenvolvimento Sócio-Cultural (PROSAUDESC),
       Portugal
275.   Sociofonia.org, Portugal
276.   Biodiversity Conservation Center, Russia
277.   ¿Quien Debe a Quién?, Spain
278.   Abogados por los Derechos Humanos, Spain
279.   ACSUR-Las Segovias, Spain
280.   Alternativa Sí se puede por Tenerife, Spain
281.   ARca España, Spain
282.   Asoc. Cultural M.A.L. (Alifa), Spain
283.   Asociación Akiba (Motril), Spain
284.   Asociación Anzadeia, Spain
285.   Asociación CARDIJN (Andalucía), Spain
286.   Asociacion Defensa Sanidad Publica, Spain
287.   Asociación Mundo Solidario de Huelva, Spain
288.   Asociación Pro Derechos Humanos de Andalucía, Spain
289.   Atencion Integral de Mujeres en Riesgo (AIMUR), Spain
290.   ATTAC, Spain
291.   Attac Catalunya, Spain
292.   ATTAC Mallorca, Spain
293.   Boldu Pla i Associats.S.l , Spain
294.   Centre d'Estudios Joan Bardina, Spain
295.   Centro de desarrollo rural la Halladera, Spain
296.   CGT-Confederación General de Treball Illes Balears, Spain
297.   colectivo mujeres canarias, Spain
298.   Comitè de Solidaridad amb els Pobles Indígenes d´Amèrica, Spain
299.   Comité de Solidaridad con la Causa Árabe, Spain
300.   Compromesos amb el Mon, Spain
301.   Dones creients, Spain
302.   Drets Humans de Mallorca, Spain
303.   Ecologia Politica, Spain
304.   Ecologistas en Acción, Spain
305.   Ecologistes en Acció de València, Spain
306.   Ecuador Llactacaru (Asociación de Inmigrantes Ecuatorianos en Catalunya para la Solidaridad y la
       Cooperación), Spain
307.   Educació per a l'Acció Crítica (EdPAC), Spain
308.   enFoc col·lectiu, Spain
309.   Futura, Projecte Humnista de Reciprocitat Social, Spain
310.   Instituto Interuniversitario de Desarrollo Local, Spain
311.   INTERMON OXFAM, Spain
312.   Justicia y Paz Dominicos de España, Spain
313.   Movimiento por la Paz, el Desarme y la Paz en Canarias (MPDLC), Spain
314.   Nova - Centre per la Innovació Social, Spain
315.   Observatorio de la Deuda en la Globalización, Spain
316.   PARTIDO FEMINISTA ESPAÑA, Spain
317.   Plataforma 2015 y más, Spain
318.   PLATAFORMA DEFENSA SERVICIOS PÚBLICOS, Spain
319.   PLATAFORMA RURAL, Spain
320.   Red Europea de Lucha Contra la Pobreza y la Exclusión Social en el Estado Español, Spain
321.   STEC- Intersindical Canaria, Spain
322.   UBUNTU Forum Secretariat, Spain
323.   Unión Sindical Obrera, Spain
324.   Verdegaia, Spain
325.   Dalit Solidarity Network-Sweden, Sweden
326.   Diakonia, Sweden
327.   Forum SYD - Organisationer i Samverkan för Global Rättvisa, Sweden
328.   Global Publications Foundation, Sweden
329.   Aktion Finanzplatz, Switzerland
330.   Alliance Sud, Switzerland
331.   CIVICUS, Switzerland
332.   Edmund Rice International, Switzerland
333.   Nord-Sud XXI, Switzerland
334.   Terre des Hommes International Federation, Switzerland
335.   Allesley Community of the Cross of Nails, United Kingdom
336.   BOND (British Overseas NGOs for Development), United Kingdom
337.   Bretton Woods Project, United Kingdom
338.   CAFOD, United Kingdom
339.   Christian Council for Monetary Justice, United Kingdom
340.   Coventry World Development Movement, United Kingdom
341.   Fahamu - Networks for Social Justice, United Kingdom
342.   Forum for Stable Currencies, United Kingdom
343.   Jubilee Debt Campaign, United Kingdom
344.   New Economics Foundation (NEF), United Kingdom
345.   People & Planet, United Kingdom
346.   Save the Children UK, United Kingdom
347.   Tearfund, United Kingdom
348.   The Carbon Philter Institute, United Kingdom
349.   Trades Union Congress, United Kingdom
350.   UNGA-Link UK, United Kingdom
351.   War on Want, United Kingdom
352.   World Development Movement, United Kingdom

       LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN (100)
353.   Asociacion de Vivienda Economica - AVE, Argentina
354.   Asociación pro Naciones Unidas de Argentina (ANUA), Argentina
355.   Centro Ecuménico de Acción Solidaria (CEASOL), Argentina
356.   Comisión de lucha contra las inundaciones y la contaminación (COLCIC), Argentina
357.   Comunidad del Nahuel Huapi, Argentina
358.   Diálogo 2000, Argentina
359.   Ecoportal.Net, Argentina
360.   El Espejo (Newspaper), Argentina
361.   Encuentro de Entidades No Gubernamentales para el Desarrollo, Argentina
362.   FeTERA FLORES (colectivo de base de la Federaciòn de trabajadores de la energìa en la Repùblica
       Argentina, en CTA), Argentina
363.   FOCO - Foro Ciudadano de Participación por la Justicia y los Derechos Humanos, Argentina
364.   Foro Ciudadano de Participación por la Justicia y los Derechos Humanos, Argentina
365.   Fundación Ágora S. L., Argentina
366.   Fundacion SES, Argentina
367.   GCAP- Argentina. Campaña Nacional Ningún Hogar Pobre en Argentina, Argentina
368.   Instituto de Desarrollo Social y Promoción Humana, Argentina
369.   M'Biguá - Ciudadanía y Justicia Ambiental - Fundación, Argentina
370.   Movimiento por la paz, la soberania y la solidaridad (MoPaSSol), Argentina
371.   Red Internacional de Género y Comercio - Capítulo Latinoamericano, Argentina
372.   Servicio Habitacional y Acción Social, Argentina
373.   ECOA, Brazil
374.   Instituto de Estudos Socioeconômicos (INESC), Brazil
375.   Instituto Observatório Social, Brazil
376.   Instituto Políticas Alternativas para o Cone Sul (PACS), Brazil
377.   Jubileu Sul Brasil, Brazil
378.   Religiosa Sagrtado Coração de Jesus, Brazil
379.   Asociación Chilena de Organismos No Gubernamentales A.G, Chile
380.   ATTAC Chile, Chile
381.   Centro Ecuménico Diego de Medellín, Chile
382.   Fundación Centro de Estudios Nacionales de Desarollo Alternativo, Chile
383.   GCAP-Chile, Chile
384.   Grupo Ecumenico Religión y Sociedad, Chile
385.   Juntos Podemos Mas, Chile
386.   Alianza Social Continental, Colombia
387.   Cronicón. Net, Observatorio Latinoamericano, Colombia
388.   Instituto Latinoamericano de Servicios Legales Alternativos (ILSA), Colombia
389.   Mujeres y Economía, Colombia
390.   Red Colombiana de Acción Frente al Libre Comercio, RECALCA, Colombia
391.   CIPAF, Dominican Republic
392.   Accion Ecologica, Ecuador
393.   Centro de Derechos Económicos y Sociales, Ecuador
394.   Serpaj-Ecuador, Ecuador
395.   Asociación Salvadoreña para la Formación y Capacitación Integral Sostenible -ASAFOCAIS-, El
       Salvador
396.   Federación deAsociaciones y Sindicatos Independientes de El Salvador, El Salvador
397.   LAS DIGNAS (Asociación de Mujeres por la dignidad y la vida), El Salvador
398.   Movimiento Patria Exacta, El Salvador
399.   Coordinación de ONG y Cooperativas (CONGCOOP), Guatemala
400.   Plateforme Haïtienne de Plaidoyer pour un Développement Alternatif (PAPDA), Haiti
401.   Alianza Cooperativista Nacional, A.C., Mexico
402.   Asociación Latinoamericana de Organizaciones de Promoción al Desarrollo, A.C. - ALOP, Mexico
403.   Comision de Derechos Humanos del Distrito Federal, Mexico
404.   Consejo Mexicano de Empresas de la Economía Solidaria, Mexico
405.   Convergencia de Organismos Civiles, A. C, Mexico
406.   Fundar. Centro de Análisis e Investigación A.C., Mexico
407.   Jubileo Sur Mexico, Mexico
408.   México Nación Multicultural UNAM, Mexico
409.   Movimiento Mexicano de Afectados por las Presas y en Defensa de los Rios, Mexico
410.   Otros Mundos, A.C., Mexico
411.   Red Mexicana de Accion frente al Libre Comercio (RMALC), Mexico
412.   Red Mexicana de Afectados por la Mineria., Mexico
413.   Red mujeres por la igualdad, Mexico
414.   Red Nacional Género y Economía, Mexico
415.   Red de Organzaciones Sociales de Paraguay, Paraguay
416.   Alianza Social Continental, Peru
417.   arreprosalo, Peru
418.   ASOCIACION COORDINADORA DE CLUBES DE MADRES DEL PERU, Peru
419.   Asociación Peruana de Estudiantes de Medicina Humana (APEMH - IFMSA), Peru
420.   Asociación SER (Servicios Educativos Rurales), Peru
421.   Comisión Episcopal de Acción Social, Peru
422.   CONSEJO DE DESARROLLO SOCIOECONOMICO PARA SUDAMERICA CODESESA, Peru
423.   Desafío Miqueas, Peru
424.   Frente Espiritual (FE .Perú), Peru
425.   Grupo Red de Economía Solidaria del Perú, Peru
426.   Llamado Mundial a la Acción contra la Pobreza - Perú, Peru
427.   Marcha Mundial de las Mujeres, Peru
428.   Red Jubileo Perú, Peru
429.   Religiosas del Sagrado Corazón, Peru
430.   Resistencia Patriotica Perú, Peru
431.   Social Watch Peru, Peru
432.   Socialist Party, Peru
433.   Comité Pro Niñez Dominico-Haitiana., Puerto Rico
434.   Grito Excluidos de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
435.   Proyecto Caribeño de Justicia y Paz, Puerto Rico
436.   The Aldet Centre - Saint Lucia, St Lucia
437.   ATTAC Uruguay, Uruguay
438.   Centro de Investigación y Promoción Franciscana y Ecológica (CIPFE), Uruguay
439.   Centro Latino Americano de Ecología Social (CLAES), Uruguay
440.   Comisión Ciudadana para la Auditoría de la Deuda Pública Interna y Externa (CCADE), Uruguay
441.   Federación nacional de Profesores de Enseñanaza Secundaria (FENAPES), Uruguay
442.   GEO - ICAE (Gender & Education Office of ICAE), Uruguay
443.   Instituto del Tercer Mundo (ITeM), Uruguay
444.   International Council for Adult Education (ICAE), Uruguay
445.   Programa MERCOSUR Social y Solidario, Uruguay
446.   Revista QUEHACER EDUCATIVO (Federación Uruguaya de Magisterio-Trabajadores de
       Educación Primaria), Uruguay
447.   Asociación Civil de Educación y Desarrollo, Venezuela
448.   Asociación de las Naciones Unidas en Venezuela, ANUV, Venezuela
449.   Casa Comunal Haitiana Bolivariana de Venezuela, Venezuela
450.   Centro Comunitario de Promoción Popular, Venezuela
451.   Red Venezolana Contra la Deuda/CADTM Venezuela, Venezuela
452.   Religiosas del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, Venezuela

       MIDDLE EAST (7)
453.   El Irched ouel Islah, Algeria
454.   Bahrain Transparency, Bahrain
455.   Arab Organization for Human Rights, Egypt
456.   DEVELOPMENT WITHOUT BORDERS INSTITUTION DWBI, Iraq
457.   International Committee of the Red Cross (IRCS), Iraq
458.   Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), Lebanon
459.   Democracy and Workers Rights Center, Palestine

       NORTH AMERICA (97)
460.   AfricaFiles, Canada
461.   Canadian Council For International Co-operation, Canada
462.   Canadian Crossroads International, Canada
463.   Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, Canada
464.   Canadian Union of Public Employees, Canada
465.   Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean, Canada
466.   Common Frontiers-Canada, Canada
467.   Council of Canadians, Canada
468.   Halifax Initiative Coalition, Canada
469.   Make Poverty History Canada, Canada
470.   Peace for All International Development Organization, Canada
471.   People's Health Movement Canada, Canada
472.   Polaris Institute, Canada
473.   Public Service Alliance of Canada, Canada
474.   The North-South Institute, Canada
475.   United Steelworkers, Canada
476.   Africa Action, United States
477.   Alliance for Democracy, United States
478.   Bank Information Centre (BIC), United States
479.   bros. of holy cross, United States
480.   Brothers of Holy Cross, United States
481.   California State Fullerton University, United States
482.   Campaign for Fresh Air and Clean Politics, United States
483.   Carmelite Sisters of Charity Vedruna, United States
484.   Center for International Environmental Law, United States
485.   Center for World Indigenous Studies, United States
486.   Center of Concern (COC), United States
487.   Columban Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Office (USA), United States
488.   Comboni Missionary Sisters, United States
489.   Congregation Justice Committee - Sisters of the Holy Cross, United States
490.   Congregation of St. Joseph, Wichita Center, United States
491.   Crude Accountability, United States
492.   EarthAction, United States
493.   Equitas, United States
494.   Foreign Policy in Focus, United States
495.   Fr. Bill O'Donnell Social Justice Committee, St. Joseph the Worker Church, United States
496.   Friends Fiduciary Corporation, United States
497.   Friends of the Earth U.S., United States
498.   Gender Action, United States
499.   Global Education Associates, United States
500.   Global Policy Forum, United States
501.   Government Accountability Project, United States
502.   Holy Cross International Justice Office, United States
503.   Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, United States
504.   Institute for Policy Studies, Global Economy Project, United States
505.   Institute Justice Team, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, United States
506.   Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center, United States
507.   International Accountability Project, United States
508.   International Peace Commission, United States
509.   International Police Commission (IPC), United States
510.   International Presentation Association Sisters of the Presentation, United States
511.   International Rivers, United States
512.   Jobs with Justice, United States
513.   Jubilee Northwest Coalition, United States
514.   Jubilee USA, United States
515.   Leadership Conference of Women Religious, United States
516.   Marianists International, United States
517.   Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, United States
518.   Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns, United States
519.   Medical Mission Sisters, United States
520.   Midwest Coalition Responsible Investments, United States
521.   Missionary Oblates, United States
522.   Nicaragua Center for Community Action, United States
523.   Nicaragua Network, United States
524.   North American Union Sisters of Our Lady of Charity, United States
525.   Northwest Coalition for Responsible Investment, United States
526.   Oil Change International, United States
527.   Pacific Environment, United States
528.   Partnership for Global Justice, United States
529.   Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign (PPEHRC) , United States
530.   Quixote Center, United States
531.   Religious Sisters of Charity, United States
532.   RESULTS Educational Fund, United States
533.   Salesian Missions, United States
534.   San Francisco Bay Area Debt Cancellation Coalition, United States
535.   Saves Food Pantry, United States
536.   Sisiters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, United States
537.   Sisters of Charity Federation, United States
538.   Sisters of St. Casimie, United States
539.   Sisters of St. Francis, United States
540.   Sisters of St. Joseph, United States
541.   Sisters of the Holy Family, United States
542.   Sisters of the Living Word, United States
543.   Sisters of the Order of St Dominic, United States
544.   Sisters of the Presentation, San Francisco, United States
545.   Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother, United States
546.   Sociologists without Borders, United States
547.   South Asian Youth Action (SAYA !), United States
548.   The Development GAP, United States
549.   The Oakland Institute, United States
550.   TransAfrica Forum, United States
551.   Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment, United States
552.   United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society, United States
553.   VIVAT INTERNATIONAL, United States
554.   Washington Office of Public Policy, Women's Division United Methodist Church, United States
555.   Wheaton Franciscans, United States
556.   World Hunger Education Service, United States

				
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