Published in: oDR: OpinionUkraine’s debts to Western banks are destroying its social safety net
OPINION: The reconstruction of Ukraine will be crippled by the debts it owes to the IMF and other institutions
How the IMF could help the Global South fight the climate crisis
Opinion: Billions were allocated to help countries fight Covid – the same must be done for climate action
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionWhy an IMF loan is not the solution to Lebanon’s economic crisis
With 82% of Lebanon’s population living in poverty, the country is in desperate need of political and economic reform
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionTunisia’s revolution under siege: When the IMF calls the shots
The nation’s young democracy is already at a critical junction. What comes next?
In the midst of the pandemic, why is the IMF still pushing austerity on the Global South?
Despite its own warnings, the International Monetary Fund is risking another ‘lost decade’ for development.
Formerly colonized people can’t breathe. And the IMF and World Bank are to blame
It’s time for a #FeministBailout based not on profit-maximization but care, respect for eco-systems, and solidarity.
Published in: ourEconomyCelebrating poverty: the IMF in Egypt
Under IMF reforms, a third of Egyptians are living in poverty. But western institutions are celebrating their ‘success’.
Published in: ourEconomyA global strike for a feminist future of work
The IMF claims to be empowering women, but its programmes will only lead to more women doing precarious work.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaTunisians oppose the IMF
The Tunisian working class’ fight against poverty, corruption and unemployment is ever more present. عربي
Published in: HomeThe IMF loan to Egypt, and why we reject it
The proposed $4.8bn IMF loan to Egypt sparked a heated controversy. While the Government claims the funds are...