World Bank

Nika Knight, staff writer
Members of the Unified Campesinos Movement of the Aguán Valley (MUCA) carry mock coffins bearing photos of murdered relatives during a 2012 march against the ongoing violence in the Baja Aguán valley.
A private lending arm of the World Bank is not 'ending poverty,' it is 'ending the lives of the poor,' says one farmer
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
A view of Beijing, China. (Photo: Jens Schott Knudsen/cc/flickr)
Impact is most severe in developing nations where '93 percent of deaths and...
Nika Knight, staff writer
New policies threaten human rights and the environment, groups say