Peter Willetts, Professor of Global Politics
Output from the Research Project on Civil Society Networks in Global Governance
- Basic results from Surveys of Government and NGO Attitudes to NGO Participation in the UN Commission on Sustainable Development and the Global Environment Facility.
for Background Information on the coverage of the surveys, as web page click here
for Background Information on the coverage of the surveys, as a Word document click here
to download the basic results, as an Excel 5 file click here
- Article, for the UNESCO Encyclopaedia of Life Sciences, on What is a Non-Governmental Organisation?, the different structures, types of NGO coalitions and how NGOs relate to social movements and civil society - click here
- Article, for the UNESCO Encyclopaedia of Life Sciences, on The International Monetary Fund as a Political Institution, (mentioning NGO campaigns, but not covering their relations with the IMF) - click here
- Article on The Spring Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank, April 2001 - click here
- Article on The Fall Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank, November 2001 - click here
- Article on The Spring Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank, April 2002 - click here
- Can Globalisation be Tamed? the transcript of a City Insights Lecture, delivered before an invited audience at City University on 13 February 2002 - click here
- Remedying the World Trade Organisation's Deviance from Global Norms a presentation for the Colloquium on Global Governance at the Palais des Nations, Geneva, on 20 September 2002
click here for web page
click here to download Word 6 file
- The Global Trading System: Where do we go from here? notes on a presentation by Dr Supachai Panitchpakdi, WTO Director-General Designate, at a Wilton Park Conference, Poverty Eradication: Meeting International Targets on 5 July 2001 - click here
- The Doha Development Agenda notes on a presentation by Dr Supachai Panitchpakdi, WTO Director-General Designate at a Wilton Park conference, Prospects for the New Trade Round on 11 July 2002 - click here
- List of Official Websites on the IMF and the World Bank - click here
- List of NGO Websites on the IMF and the World Bank - click here
- Basic information on the NGO Working Group on the World Bank and the proposal for a Civil Society Forum - click here
- List of the Bretton Woods Institutions - click here
- List of Other Important Organisations in the Politics of International Finance - click here
- Documents on the Politics of International Economics - click here
From October 2000 until September 2002, Peter Willetts was on research leave, to work on a project as part of the Globalisation and Poverty Research Programme of the Department for International Development. His contribution, under the title Civil Society Networks in Global Governance was on the analysis of NGO participation in the UN Commission on Sustainable Development and the World Bank NGO Committee, with a view to proposing a formal procedure for NGOs to participate in the work of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
- Globalisation and Poverty Programme Home Page - click here
- Original Specification of the Project - click here
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