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Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

Development Organizations

Action Africa. 'Provide services in the vital areas of health, education, micro-enterprise development, and human rights for African children and families'.

Bank Information Center. Partners with civil society to influence the World Bank and other international financial institutions (IFIs) to promote social and economic justice and ecological sustainability.

Bretton Woods Project. Works to scrutinize and influence the World Bank and IMF. Through briefings, reports and a bimonthly digest it monitors the projects, policy reforms and the overall management of the Bretton Woods institutions.

Bruegal. European think tank that specialises in economics.

Focus on the Global South. Combines policy research, advocacy, and grassroots capacity building to generate critical analysis and encourage debates on national and international policies.

Global Justice Now. UK based NGO focusing on world poverty and a wide range of development topics - climate change, debt relief, World Bank & IMF reform, etc.

Hoover Institution.Think tank at Stanford specializing in economic policy and international affairs.

International Accountability Project. Public interest organization offering legal support to people seeking to hold international financial institutions (IFIs) accountable for violations of environmental and human rights law.

Oakland Institute. Think tank addressing social, economic, and environmental issues with outstanding reports and research.

One Campaign. International non-profit organization which aims to increase government funding for and effectiveness of international aid programs.

Third World Network. Non-profit international network of organizations involved in issues relating to development, the Third World and North-South issues.