UN votes in favour of accepting new principles to guide sovereign debt restructuring, as CSO report warns of risk of new crises linked to aid and multilateral lending.
As the World Bank consultation on its new gender strategy closes, NGOs shareholders criticise the Bank's approach.
The World Bank faced further criticism as it launched its third consultation phase on its proposed environmental and social framework.
Reforms to World Bank and IMF voting shares continue to stall, leaving developing countries with no greater say in how they are run.
IMF has been criticised for undermining negotiations between Greece and other creditors and ignoring the results of a democratic referendum.
Despite efforts to boost its influence within climate finance circles and a call to “decarbonise development”, the World Bank continues to support fossil fuels.
This Inside the Institutions looks at the World Bank's new global practices and cross-cutting solutions areas that were established to improve how staff share knowledge internally and externally.
Bretton Woods Project coverage of the 2015 annual meetings in Lima with links to analysis of the communiqués and notes of key civil society and official meetings.
From 9 to 11 October Peru is hosting this year’s World Bank and IMF annual meetings, where their governors will gather in Lima.
CAO finds complaints from Marikana community eligible for further assessment.
In mid-September the IMF concluded a consultation on its 2015 guidelines on the IMF staff engagement with civil society organisations (CSOs)
The IMF in June denied Nepal support under its Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust, following the earthquake in April.
Civil society organisations have called on the World Bank to support the needs of evicted Boeung Kak families before resuming new lending to Cambodia.
The World Bank's delayed forest action plan is expected to be open for stakeholder comments for two weeks during the autumn.
New World Bank report shows lack of access to basic health services has pushed six per cent of the global population into poverty, as the IFC continues to support private health providers.
Olivier Blanchard, IMF's chief economist, to leave for US think tank Peterson Institute.