In late May Yorongar Ngarlejy, a Presidential candidate and outspoken opponent of the World Bank-backed oil pipeline in Chad, was arrested. A press release from Survie, a French human rights NGO, and the German group Urgewald, called for finance institutions such as the World Bank to use their leverage and to condemn in the strongest possible terms the continuing violent and illegal actions by the Deby regime and to halt “all activities related to the Chad-Cameroon Oil Project until conditions are established that will allow this project to benefit the Chadian people.”
Report finds Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) are not doing enough to eliminate the risk of public money being complicit in tax avoidance schemes.
BWP publishes new booklet on gender-just macroeconomics, a guide to engaging the IMF and World Bank.
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