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Blue Ribbon - Testimonial to Good Governance. The Staff Association has just thrown its weight behind the Campaign. In an email to all staff, Alison Cave writes:

Dear Colleagues,

The Staff Association has been distributing blue ribbons as a symbol for our continuing struggle for improved governance in the World Bank Group. More will be available on Friday afternoon. You may collect them from the following places: Main entrances -- MC, J, H, I and IFC buildings. Staff who are in satellite buildings may pick one up at these entrances or in the SA Office, Room. MC-1-700.

Let us continue to wear them until a satisfactory solution is found to this crisis.


Alison Cave
World Bank Group Staff Association

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