Our Asia program works with grassroots social movements and national-level NGOs to open spaces for affected communities to influence decision making at the IFIs. We support NGOs and grassroots social movements in Asia to engage with the World Bank Group, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, and the Asian Development Bank.
Can a World Bank irrigation project in Nepal result in child labor?
How will a new capital city in India affect agricultural laborers?
How will an urban development project in the Philippines affect people with disabilities?
How has a power plant in Gujarat affected local fishermen?
How will a new power plant in Myanmar affect residents of nearby villages?
Country Forest Notes Analysis- Nepal & Indonesia
January 11, 2019
AIIB's urban strategy should promote the right to an adequate standard...
October 26, 2018
Is the World Bank Supporting Genocide in Myanmar?
October 04, 2018
Access to information and accountability at AIIB
September 14, 2018
Submission to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank on Oman’s Duqm Port Commercial Terminal and Operational Zone Development Project
Spirited Away: Mongolia’s Mining Boom and the People That Development Left Behind
Examining the African Development Bank: A Primer for NGOs
Understanding & Influencing IMF Policy Advice in Myanmar