24 January 2014 Attendees World Bank: Gwen Hines, UK World Bank Executive Director UK government:…
Pakistan’s education system has recently received enormous global attention however the increase in World Bank-backed investment in low cost private schools threatens to undermine recent government moves and the campaign to provide all children with free compulsory education.
The Bretton Woods Project convenes meetings with World Bank and IMF executive directors (EDs) several times a year. On 17 September the Project and civil society representatives met with Gwen Hines, the UK World Bank ED. Here are the notes from the meeting.
Minutes of CSO meeting with Stewart James, UK Alternate Executive Director to the World Bank, 15 July 2013
In written evidence submitted to the UK parliament's International Development Committee, we argue that further reform of the World Bank is needed.
Minutes of CSO meeting with Steve Field UK IMF Executive Director, 9 April 2013
Notes of a meeting with UK executive director to the World Bank Gwen Hines in April 2013
This page outlines the structure of the UK government's interaction with the World Bank and the IMF. It provides contact information for the appropriate staff at the Department for International Development and HM Treasury who deal with the Bretton Woods institutions
This was a meeting on 1 October 2012, between the Minister of State of the UK's Department for International Development (DFID) and civil society representatives, focusing on the World Bank.
Notes of a meeting with UK executive director to the World Bank Gwen Hines in December 2012
Notes of a meeting with UK executive director to the IMF Alex Gibbs in October 2012
Civil society organisations met UK Executive Director to the World Bank Susanna Moorehead and staff from the Department for International Development to discuss IDA, education finance, infrastructure finance, fragile states, agriculture and land, Doing Business rankings, Oyu Tolgoi project in Mongolia.