Bretton Woods Institutions found to share responsibility for social unrest leading to serious human rights violations.
CSO fear World Bank board will compromise, undermining Inspection Panel powers.
Bank responds to allegations with investigation into whether its China lending could be going to internment camps.
Fears of further clampdown on protesters emerge as Zimbabwe implements Fund-backed economic reforms.
Effectiveness of IMF’s approach questioned, as Argentina undergoes technical default.
World Bank and IFC identified as key funders of projects that endanger human rights defenders.
Juergen Voegele was appointed in July, replacing outgoing climate director John Roome.
Abidjan Principles recognition by UN HRC states confronts World Bank privatization push in education.
As We-Fi launches regional West Africa summit, feminists criticise narrow focus of women entrepreneur initiatives, while funding for women’s rights is in decline.
As climate crisis deepens, IFC’s Green Equity Strategy faces delay from World Bank’s Board, with CSO activists calling Board’s foot-dragging a ‘scandal’.
Latest Review of Quotas expected to be quashed, as US signals it will block reform.
Bretton Woods Project publishes new online tool to search IMF Article IV reports.