Multilateral Development Banks: Law and Development Interventions - Experiences and Directions

Room 102, SGIA, Durham University, DH1 3TU - 11.30am – 1.00pm , Tuesday, 29th October 2013

Multilateral Development Banks: Law and Development Interventions - Experiences

Global Policy is pleased to extend an open invite to our readers to a seminar with Practitioners' Advisory Board member Suresh Nanwani.

Many multilateral development banks have recently included law and development interventions in their project lending operations.

The seminar analyses the approaches taken by these institutions in law and development interventions, using case studies of projects at the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank to focus on the lessons learnt and proposing directions for the years ahead.

Suresh Nanwani is a lawyer in the Asian Development Bank and has more than 25 years of work experience in project, development, and institutional issues, including working at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London. He is a visiting law lecturer in several universities including Birkbeck, University of London and the Australian National University. He is also Visiting Professorial Fellow at the University of New South Wales.

(The seminar will be followed by sandwich lunch.)



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