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April 16 Action
Mobilization for Global Justice
50 Years is Enough: U.S. Network for Global Economic Justice
Direct Action Network
Organizations Challenging WB/IMF Policies
Alternative Information and Development Centre
The AIDC is an alternative information centre doing research, education and training, as well as campaigning and lobbying on the macro issues affecting the development process in South Africa.
Center for Economic Justice / World Bank Boycott Campaign
The Center for Economic Justice's objective is to strengthen international grassroots movements to counter and control globalization and to promote just alternatives.
Bank Information Center
BIC's Mission is to empower citizens in developing countries to influence Multilateral Development Bank financed development projects and policies in a manner that fosters social justice and ecological responsibility.
Center for Economic and Policy Research (US)
The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) was established to promote democratic debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect people's lives. Find information here on the ill effects of "globalization" and the impacts of the IMF on the US and throughout the world.
Committee for the Cancellation of Third World Debt
Information on debt cancellation, the World Bank, and the IMF; many documents in French only
Corporate Watch's new section on the World Bank and IMF, with current info on the events going on around A16. They will be updating this section leading up to A16, during and after.
Since 1977, The Development Group for Alternative Policies (The Development GAP) has worked to ensure that the knowledge, priorities and efforts of the women and men of the South inform decisions made in the North about their economies and the environments in which they live.
Fifty Years is Enough
50 Years Is Enough: U.S. Network for Global economic Justice is a coalition of 205 grassroots, faith-based, policy, women's, social- and economic-justice, youth, solidarity, labor, and development organizations dedicated to the profound transformation of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Focus on the Global South
FOCUS is a program of progressive development policy research and practice, dedicated to regional and global policy analysis, micro-macro linking and advocacy work. FOCUS works with NGOs and people's organizations in Asia Pacific and other regions.
Jubilee South seeks debt cancellation and is a coalition of debt cancellation movements from across the Global South.
Jubilee 2000 Coalition
Jubilee 2000 is an international movement calling for cancellation of the unpayable debt of the world's poorest countries by the year 2000 under a fair and transparent process
Rainforest Action Network (Africa Campaign)
Rainforest Action Network works to protect the Earth's rainforests and support the rights of their inhabitants through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action.
Sustainable Energy and Economy Network
Information on climate change; materials on the World Bank and climate change
Third World Network (Malaysia)
The Third World Network is an independent non-profit international network of organizations and individuals involved in issues relating to development, the Third World and North- South issues.
The Whirled Bank Group
A satirical but serious website that provides information to the public about the impacts of globalization, the World Bank and the IMF.
ZNet: World Trade Crisis
ZNet's Global Economics and Demo Coverage, which, as in the case of Seattle, will be immense...
Export Credit Agency Watch
Citizens worldwide are increasingly aware of global institutions (like the WTO and the World Bank) and their harmful impacts on the environment and human rights. But other secretive, often overlooked government bodies known as export credit agencies also play a leading role in the process of corporate globalization.
What I learned at the world eocnomic crisis
A scathing critique of the IMF by Joseph Stiglitz, professor of economics at Stanford University (on leave) and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. From 1997 to 2000, he was chief economist and vice president of the World Bank. He served on the president's Council of Economic Advisers from 1993 to 1997.
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