50 Years Is Enough: The Case against the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund

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RESOURCE GROUPS
Bank Information Center Contact: Martha Hall 2025 I Street, NW, Suite 522 Washington, DC 20006 tel. (202) 466-8191 fax (202) 466-8189
The Bretton Woods Committee Contact: Abbie Sutherland 1990 M Street, NW, Suite 450 Washington, DC 20036 tel. (202) 331-1616 fax (202) 785-9423
Center of Concern Contact: Jo Marie Griesgraber 3700 13th Street, NE Washington, DC 20017 tel. (202) 635-2757 fax (202) 832-9494
Development Group for Alternative Policies Contact: Ross Hammond 927 15th Street, NW, 4th Floor Washington, DC 20005 tel. (202) 898-1566 fax (202) 898-1612
Environmental and Energy Study Intitute Contact: Inji Islam 122 C Street, NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20001 tel. (202) 628-1400 fax (202) 628-1825
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Contact: Mimi Kleiner 1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 1016 Washington, DC 20009 tel. (202) 387-3500 fax (202) 234-6049
EURODAD — European Network on Debt and Development Contact: Ted van Hees Square Ambiorix 10 B-1040 Brussels, Belgium tel. 32-2-732-7007 fax 32-2-723-1934
Friends of the Earth Contact: Marijke Torfs/ Jim Barnes 1025 Vermont Avenue, NW Suite 300 Washington, DC 20005 tel. (202) 783-7400 fax (202) 783-0444
Global Exchange Contact: Kevin Danaher 2017 Mission Street, Suite 303 San Francisco, CA 94110 tel. (415) 255-7296 fax (415) 255-7698
Global Legislators' Organization for a Balanced Environment (GLOBE) Contact: Patrick Ramage 409 Third Street, SW, Suite 204 Washington, DC 20024 tel. (202) 863-4153 fax (202) 479-9447
Greenpeace International Contact: Cameron Duncan 1436 U Street, NW Washington, DC 20009 tel. (202) 462-1177 fax (202) 462-4507
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Contact: Kristin Dawkins 1313 Fifth Street, SE, Suite 303 Minneapolis, MN 55414-1546 tel. (612) 379-5980 fax (612) 379-5982

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