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Adani coalmine ‘covertly funded’ by World Bank, says report | Environment | The Guardian

The bank’s private sector arm is accused of subsidising loans that funded the Indian firm’s Queensland exploration bid

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New report reveals the World Bank’s murky financial entanglements with India’s most irresponsible corporations

The World Bank Group is covertly funding some of India’s largest and most reckless corporations, according to the results of an ongoing investigation by Inclusive Development International.

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Time for Development Financiers to #Standup4HumanRights

Ahead of Human Rights Day, December 10th, Inclusive Development International joined with over 45 civil society groups around the world to call on financial institutions, governments and businesses to stand up for human rights in development processes.

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Follow the money to justice: New tool for fighting land grabs

Inclusive Development International is pleased to announce the launch of our new online resource for fighting land grabs and other corporate abuses: www.followingthemoney.org

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World Bank money is helping to finance Asia’s coal boom: report

Should the World Bank Group be held accountable when financial institutions it supports invest in projects that threaten forests and communities? After tracing the Group's links to controversial projects like the Rampal coal power station, the activists behind a new report say, "Yes."

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More Evictees May Have Recourse Through IFC – The Cambodia Daily

Rights groups say families being forced off their land by development projects recently revealed to have World Bank Group backing could probably file successful complaints against the [...]

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