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Open letter to Dr. Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank | AIDA

13.5.16

Open letter to Dr. Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank | AIDA:

In response to a question about the impacts of large dam projects as
illustrated by the murder of Berta Cáceres in Honduras he stated, among
other things, that “you cannot do the work we’re trying to do and not
have some of these ‘incidents’ happen.” The organizations
signing this letter consider these statements from the World Bank
President unacceptable and urge him to immediately rectify his actions
and make a public apology. letter_to_dr._kim_ref._berta_caceres_and_dams_more_than_300_org_may_2016.pdf




Dr. Kim’s statement is available on video (minute 53).


CONSULT the letter sent to the World Bank President in ENGLISH and SPANISH.


Read the full article … 

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