Life and Debt Documentary Film – Impact of the IMF and the World Bank on the Jamaican economy

Life and Debt  – Documentary Film – examines the impact of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank on the Jamaican economy. Loans to Jamaica from these institutions came with special terms, including lifting restrictions on trade, deregulation and privatization. Instead of improving the social and economic situation in Jamaica, production moved overseas leading to increased unemployment and reduced infrastructure. In the name of globalisation and free trade we witness the destruction that came with these unsuccessful reforms. Click on the image below, then click ‘continue to file’ to watch the full Life and Debt movie:

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N.B. If the link doesn’t work try Life and Debt here. Or you can rent the movie from iTunes or Google Play for a few pounds.

Alice Woods

Life & Debt examines the impact of the International Monetary Fund  and the  World Bank  on the Jamaican economy. Loans to the country from these institutions came with special terms, including lifting restrictions on trade, deregulation and privatisation. Instead of improving the social and economic situation in Jamaica, production moved overseas leading to increased unemployment and reduced infrastructure. In the name of globalisation and free trade  we witness the destruction that came with these unsuccessful reforms. Click on the image below, then click ‘continue to file’ to watch the full movie:

1312306717Life_and_Debt_3N.B. If the link doesn’t work try here. Or you can rent the movie from iTunes or Google Play for a few pounds.

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