The Bretton Woods Project review of the most important developments at the World Bank and IMF in 2013.
Minutes from a civil society event on civil society consultations in the health sector at the WB/IMF annual meetings.
As the World Bank released a new report on the impacts of climate change and is due to discuss its energy focus, it defended its engagement in fossil fuels, including the Kosovo coal power plant.
Bank president Jim Yong Kim has publicly prioritised universal health coverage and education however, critics worry about increased support for private companies to deliver these services.
Notes of a meeting with UK executive director to the World Bank Gwen Hines in April 2013
This session examined Colombia's private sector partnerships and poverty eradication programme.
This session gave an overview on the links between private sector and healthcare provision in tackling poverty.
This session examined issues thrown up by the Arab revolutions, including the fiscal, monetary, tax and investment policies being considered by governments facilitating, or hindering countries in the Arab and other regions in building an inclusive economy and supporting socioeconomic recovery, the impact on public expenditure for the strengthening of education, health, and other social sectors as well as the management of chronic and high unemployment and high food and fuel prices.
The first phase of the Bank's safeguard review has been extended to mid-April with global consultations planned, including on seven emerging areas.
Notes of a meeting with UK executive director to the World Bank Gwen Hines in December 2012