The electronic conference on the draft Poverty World Development Report co-organised by the Bretton Woods Project in February and March attracted 1,500 participants and sparked a fascinating exchange of views. Contributors came from many different countries and sectors, including people who introduced themselves as senior government officials, development bureaucrats, professors and agitators.
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In December 2013, the German Development Institute, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and Bretton Woods Project, in collaboration with the G-24, hosted a high-level workshop in Berlin to foster an open exchange on the profound changes in the global economy and the implications for global economic governance and its constituent institutions and members.
The Bretton Woods Project is an ActionAid hosted project (UK registered charity no. 274467).