Disability Discrimination at the World Bank: Is it Immunity or Impunity?

The 15,900-strong World Bank, which has funded over 12,000 development projects worldwide since 1947, is an international institution with a superlative reputation for its sustained efforts to end poverty in the developing world—with loans, interest-free credit and outright grants. But it has come under heavy fire for its blatant violations of disability rights—an area where … Continue reading Disability Discrimination at the World Bank: Is it Immunity or Impunity?