New report reveals IMF policy in the MENA region has remained unchanged after the 2011 Arab uprising, despite its rhetoric for change towards inclusive growth.
The World Bank continues its strong marketing push for PPPs, despite concerns raised by IMF, IEG, civil society and the Bank’s own publications.
Shayda Naficy argues that water infrastructure and distribution should be financed and managed by public entities rather than through privatisation.
What’s the issue? Energy is a crucial economic sector which has a disproportionate influence on…
New World Bank report shows lack of access to basic health services has pushed six per cent of the global population into poverty, as the IFC continues to support private health providers.
Notes of a meeting with UK World Bank Executive Director Gwen Hines 25 February 2015.
World Bank’s high-level support for private education providers is condemned by the UN Special Rapporteur, NGOs and academics.
The World Bank's push for water privatisation in Nigeria is harming people's access to safe, affordable water.
World Bank health financing benefits wealthy elites not poorest according to new IEG evaluation and Oxfam analysis
IFC accused of “McDonaldisation” of education, with investment in low-fee private schools, despite evidence of negative impacts on inequality.