Eva Joly keeps pushing World Bank, multinationals
Since the fall of 2005 the famous former French judge, Eva Joly, has worked as Special Advisor on Corruption at the Norwegian aid agency, Norad. Together with a small staff, she has played a key role in putting grand scale corruption in developing countries on the global political agenda.
Now Joly is preparing to return to France, where she will run as Green Party candidate for the EU Parliament. During her final days in Norway, she spoke to Development Today, reflecting on the role of the World Bank and multinationals in the tax havens debate, and other unfinished business.