Resources

IFI governance

Analysis

20 June 2003 | Report

The IMF: A Blueprint for Parliamentary Accountability

IFI governance

Background

20 June 2003

Paper on publication policies of the Fund

Analysis of IMf publication policies by William Holder, IMF Deputy General Counsel, May 2002

IFI governance

Background

12 June 2003

Transparency at the IMF A Factsheet, April 2003

IFI governance

Background

12 June 2003

The Fund’s Transparency Policy, Progress Report, April 2003

IFI governance

Commentary

12 June 2003 | Press release

IMF Reviews Transparency Policy September 2002

IFI governance

12 June 2003

Freedominfo website

The lack of transparency in major international institutions such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization is drawing increased attention. In this column, Washington, D.C.-based journalist Toby J. McIntosh reports on the latest developments in information disclosure in IFTIs

IFI governance

Analysis

12 June 2003 | Briefings

Transparency issues at the Bank, Bank Information Center, 2002

IFI governance

Analysis

12 June 2003 | Briefings

Structural adjustment for the IMF, Bretton Woods Project, 2001

Rights

Analysis

11 June 2003 | Briefings

Bushmen aren’t forever

Thousands of Gana and Gwi ‘Bushmen’, and Bakgalagadi, have been forcibly evicted from their ancestral lands in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR) in Botswana. This is a gross violation of their human rights and is against international law. The International Finance Corporation, a branch of the World Bank, has invested US$2 million in the venture.

IFI governance

Analysis

10 June 2003 | Paper

Africa’s Recovery from Conflict: Making Peace Work for the Poor

Finance

Analysis

9 June 2003 | Briefings

A Fresh Start for Iraq: The case for debt relief

IFI governance

Analysis

4 June 2003 | Briefings

Where is the Impact?

Argues that the World Bank and IMF should not delay in implementing Poverty and Social Impact Analysis for World Bank and IMF-supported policy reforms in developing countries continue to drive forward policy reforms in developing countries with almost no prior analysis of the likely impact on poverty. Despite repeated commitments to ensure Poverty and Social Impact Analysis (PSIA) is carried out on all key reforms, very little progress has been made. The World Bank and IMF must present a compreh