Market-led policy approaches increasingly used to deal with both climate and health emergencies are failing to protect those most vulnerable.
It is time for the IMF and World Bank to understand their own responsibility and decolonise their approach.
As India has risen in the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business rankings, it has seen other key development indicators slip.
New IMF gender guidance opportunity for civil society to keep its staff to account.
BWP publishes essay series reflecting on the legacy of 75 years of IMF and World Bank policies and power.
This briefing analyses the World Bank's Development Policy Financing from a critical gender perspective.
At 75, the World Bank and IMF face a crisis of multilateralism in no small part of their own making as failed economic policies have resulted in skepticism of the international order they helped to create.
This briefing emphasises the interdependence between the SDGs and the Paris Climate Agreement, in terms of ensuring that all new infrastructure is climate resilient and aligned with the low- or zero-carbon pathways required to avert catastrophic climate change – which would render achieving the SDGs impossible.
World Bank Enabling the Business of Agriculture rankings prescribe land privatisation at the expense of family farmers, pastoralists, and Indigenous Peoples.
As debt crises across the African continent continue to soar, concerns are raised about the gendered impact of debt-servicing conditions imposed by international financial institutions.
BWP's Gender and Macroeconomics project launches a booklet on Gender-Just Macroeconomics; the World Bank’s privatisation push
Latest IMF guidance on gender issues raises more questions than answers as it opens the door to impact assessments and alternative macro policies.