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The Bretton Woods Project review of the most important developments at the World Bank and IMF in 2013.
A series of high-profile eviction cases in Kenya, Nigeria and Cambodia has exposed the World Bank’s failure to protect the human rights of communities supposed to benefit from its projects, prompting widespread international condemnation.
IFC investments in luxury hotels and shopping malls highlight projects with weak development outcomes.
A new study shows a significant worldwide pattern of protests targeting the IMF, reflecting the increase in IMF influence through loan programmes with austerity conditions attached and indirect pressure on governments.
Indigenous peoples have been evicted from their forests by a conservation project in Kenya funded by the World Bank. The Bank is currently drafting a new forests action plan.
Minutes from a civil society event on civil society consultations in the health sector at the WB/IMF annual meetings.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC, the private sector arm of the World Bank) in mid-March proposed a $7 million investment in Kenyan private education firm, Brookhouse Schools Limited.
Constraints placed on the Central Bank of Kenya's monetary policy by the IMF have been condemned as damaging to Kenya's growth.
La relatora especial anterior de la ONU sobre el derecho a la educaci
A former UN special rapporteur on the right to education questions the World Bank's claim to have relinquished its support for user fees in education.
The music at the farewell party for outgoing World Bank Kenya country representative Mukthar Diop…