Activists from Eastern and Southern Africa gathered in Nairobi early August to discuss a civil society Economic Policy Project launched by MWENGO, a reflection and development centre for NGOs in the region. MWENGO argues that “there is a wide gap between the far reaching social implications of economic policy on the one hand and the select preserve of those able, in African civil and political society, to participate in serious debate on such policy”. The new initiative aims at exploring ways to increase “capacity for the public to understand issues of economic policy, and to petition for their own economic rights”.
This briefing examines the trajectory of China's evolving leadership in international development finance, including the impact of it's massive increase in development finance for developing countries.
This briefing provides an overview of the immunity of international organisations in US law, looking at a lawsuit brought against the IFC regarding the Tata Mundra coal power plant in India.
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