Multinational Monitor

SEP 2001
VOL 22 No. 9

FEATURES:

Against the Workers: How IMF and World Bank Policies Undermine Labor Power and Rights
by Vincent Lloyd and Robert Weissman

Privatization Tidal Wave: IMF/World Bank Water Policies and the Price Paid by the Poor
by Sara Grusky

Dubious Development: The World Bank’s Foray Into Private Sector Investment
by Charlie Cray

Big Oil And The Bank: Clear And Present Danger
by Stephen Kretzmann

INTERVIEWS:

The Power of Protest: Critics Explain How People Can Affect the IMF and World Bank
interviews with
Njoki Njoroge Njehu, Joanne Carter, and Neil Watkins

DEPARTMENTS:

Behind the Lines

Editorial
Toward a New Washington Consensus

The Front
Coke Abuse in Colombia

The Lawrence Summers Memorial Award

Names In the News

Resources

Resources

Organizations Publications

The Mobilization for Global Justice
1328 Florida Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20009
E-mail: info@globalizethis.org
www.globalizethis.org

50 Years is Enough
3628 12th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
E-mail: 50-years@igc.org
www.50years.org

Results
440 First Street NW, Suite 450
Washington, DC 20001
E-mail: results@resultsusa.org
www.results.org.

World Bank Bonds Boycott
1830 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20009
E-mail: bankboycott@econjustice.net
www.worldbankboycott.org

Globalization Challenge Initiative
7000-B Carroll Avenue, Suite 101
Takoma Park, MD 20912
E-mail: global.challenge@juno.com
www.challengeglobalization.org

Sustainable Energy & Economy Network
733-15th Street, NW, Suite 1020
Washington, DC 20005
E-mail: dwysham@seen.org
www.seen.org

Friends of the Earth
1025 Vermont Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20005
E-mail: foe@foe.org
www.foe.org

Bank Information Center
733 15th Street, NW
Suite 1126
Washington, DC 20005
E-mail: info@bicusa.org
www.bicusa.org

Essential Action
P.O. Box 19405
Washington, DC 20036
E-mail: action@essential.org
www.essentialaction.org

Jubilee USA Network
222 East Capitol Street, NE
Washington DC 20003
E-mail: coordj@j2000usa.org
www.jubileeusa.org

Bretton Woods Project
Hamlyn House
Macdonald Road London
N19 5PG UNITED KINGDOM
Email: info@brettonwoodsproject.org
www.brettonwoodsproject.org

The Development Group
for Alternative Policies
927 15th Street NW, 4th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
E-mail: dgap@igc.org
www.developmentgap.org

Global Exchange
2017 Mission Street #303
San Francisco, CA 94110
E-mail: info@globalexchange.org
www.globalexchange.org

CEE Bankwatch Network
Kratka 26
100 00 Praha 10
CZECH REPUBLIC
www.bankwatch.org

Anti-Capitalist Convergence
E-mail: info@abolishthebank.org
www.abolishthebank.org

The World Bank
1818 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20433
www.worldbank.org

The International Monetary Fund
700 19th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20431
www.imf.org

Risky Business: How the World Bank’s
Insurance Arm Fails the Poor
And Harms the Environment

Washington, DC:
Friends of the Earth, 2001

“The World Bank and the Private Sector”
London, UK:
The Bretton Woods Project, 2001

Democratizing the Global Economy :
The Battle Against the Work Bank
and the International Monetary Fund

by Kevin Danaher (Editor)
Monroe, Maine:
Common Courage Press, 2000

False Profits: Who wins, who loses when the IMF, World Bank and WTO come to town
Washington, DC:
50 Years is Enough, 2000

Breaking the Bank (video)
San Francisco:
Whispered Media, 2000
www.whisperedmedia.org/btheb.html

“Bearing the Burden: The Impact of Global Financial Crisis on Workers,”
by Sarah Anderson and John Cavanagh
Washington, DC: Institute for Policy Studies, 2000
www.ips-dc.org/reports/bearing.htm

50 Years is Enough: The Case Against the World Bank and the IMF
by Kevin Danaher (Editor)
Boston: South End Press, 1994

The Future in the Balance
By Walden Bello
Oakland, CA:
Food First Books, 2001

The Globalization of Poverty: Impacts of IMF and World Bank Reforms
By Michel Chossudovsky
New York: Zed Books, 1997

 

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