What did the global food, fuel, and financial crises of 2008-11 mean to people in the developing world? This book brings together community studies conducted during 2008-2011 in 17 countries on the local impacts of global shocks. Read More || Book Widget
Social Inclusion Blog Series: Blogging Social Inclusion - Why Now?
Social inclusion is a pillar of the Bank’s social development strategy, and we have just embarked on a new policy research program through an upcoming flagship report.
The World Bank supports social development by listening to poor people and promoting their voices in the development process; understanding and addressing their needs, priorities and aspirations; and building formal and informal institutions. Learn More
June 20 - 22, 2012 Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development LOCATION: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
April 10, 2012 Book Launch: Living through Crises How the Food, Fuel, and Financial Shocks Affect the Poor LOCATION: Auditorium J1-050 | World Bank J Building, 18th Street & Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC