Bretton Woods Project

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The Bretton Woods Project "works as a networker, information-provider, media informant and watchdog to scrutinise and influence the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF). Through briefings, reports and the bimonthly digest Bretton Woods Update, it monitors projects, policy reforms and the overall management of the Bretton Woods institutions with special emphasis on environmental and social concerns...

"The Bretton Woods Project was established in 1995 by the Development and Environment Group (DEG), a network of UK-based NGOs, to facilitate monitoring of the social and environmental impacts of World Bank and IMF policies and projects. The Project coordinates and consults with the UK BWI network, over 40 organisations working in development, environment and human rights. The Bretton Woods Project Steering Group, made up of some members of the DEG, meets on a regular basis to advise and review Project activities. The Project is funded by CS Mott Foundation and The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and receives in-kind and other support from members of the Development and Environment Group. At present, ActionAid is kindly hosting the Bretton Woods Project." [1]

Project Steering Group

Accessed December 2007: [2]

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Web: http://www.brettonwoodsproject.org

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References

  1. What is the Bretton Woods Project?, Bretton Woods Project, accessed December 24, 2007.
  2. Project Steering Group, Bretton Woods Project, accessed December 24, 2007.