Shaping the future of global cooperation
There is an urgent need to advance long-overdue reform of global cooperation structures in which ODI contributes through its research, global networks and convening power.
ODI on Multilateral institutions
Multilateral development bank reform in a climate-changed world: A panel discussion with ADB President Masatsugu Asakawa
In this MDB Leaders' Series event, ADB President Masatsugu Asakawa will outline the bank’s priorities as well as his vision for its role in MDB reform.
Maximising the developmental value of MDB callable capital: a new research agenda
ODI with the support of the MDB Challenge Fund has launched a new research project to evaluate how MDBs can best make use of callable capital to underpin greater development lending.
Multilateral development banks as catalysts for private sector mobilisation: in conversation with EBRD President Odile Renaud-Basso
In this latest event in ODI's MDB Leaders' Series, EBRD president Odile Renaud-Basso will reflect on the role of MDBs as leveraging agents for shareholder capital, what more these banks can do to tackle the climate emergency and mobilise private climate investment, and the role of the private sector as a catalyst for change to achieve the SDGs.
Migration can be a source of prosperity all countries, but only when it benefits migrants themselves
Reflections on World Bank's World Development Report (WDR) on Migrants, Refugees, and Societies, and key considerations for its implementation.
Symposium and evening event: Multilateral development banks in the 21st century
This symposium gathers researchers, government representatives and MDB staff to present and discuss cutting-edge new research and proposals to inform the strategies, governance, operational models and instruments of MDBs.
The time is now: what the World Bank’s (R)evolution Roadmap should look like
In the face of a multitude of global challenges, the World Bank's Evolution Roadmap must focus on four areas in particular to respond meaningfully and sufficiently to the needs of client countries.