Significant concerns also remain about environmental and social impacts of mega-infrastructure project partially financed by World Bank.
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Notes from the 18 April Civil Society Policy Forum session on aligning multilateral development banks with the Paris Agreement at the World Bank and IMF's Spring Meetings.
The Bretton Woods Project's selection of the best books, reports and other resources on the World Bank and IMF from 2017.
BWP's analysis of this year's IMF and World Bank annual meetings; hopeful growth forecasts tampered by medium-term concerns, with US anti-multilateralism finally hitting Bank and Fund.
Co-financing arrangements and increased World Bank-AIIB cooperation on mega-infrastructure projects represent a dangerous global trend that threatens human rights and locks in a failed development model.
The IFC’s push for the PPP model, as well as its preference for healthcare ‘provision’ and the results-based payment approach, collectively undermine the human right to universal healthcare and the achievement of the SDGs.
The Bretton Woods Project's review of the most important developments at the World Bank and IMF in 2016.
The World Bank has announced funding for the controversial Southern Gas Corridor, while exiting two other high profile but problematic megaprojects, Inga 3 in Democratic Republic of Congo and Simandou in Guinea.
Notes from the Civil Society Policy Forum event on 10 April, which looked at sustainable infrastructure from fiscal, rights and climate lenses.
BOOKS Enforcing the rules in a global economy: The emergence of structural conditionality in the…
Panel received request to investigate allegations related to proposed World Bank loan in 2017.
A June petition signed by more than 120,000 people called on IFIs, “to immediately stop funding for projects that are located in protected areas.”
EBRD approves €500 million loan for TAP, as Italy announces it will review its support for project
152 CSOs call demand World Bank halt its aggressive support of PPPs, publicaly recognise their significant risks.
The government of Suriname has cancelled its loan programme with the IMF, claiming its conditionalities were too much to bear for its citizens.
Notes from a meeting at the IMF/World Bank 2017 spring meetings on MDB actions on climate change and forests.