Imrana Jalal


Imrana Jalal was appointed to the World Bank Inspection Panel in 2018 bringing more than 30 years of experience across diverse geopolitical and multicultural environments in the private and public sectors. She served as a principal social development specialist at the Asian Development Bank from 2010-2017. A lawyer, Jalal was a commissioner from 1999-2001 on the initial Fiji Human Rights Commission. She earned a Masters of Arts from the University of Sydney, and an LLB and LLM (Hons.) in International Law from the University of Auckland.

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Opinion: Inspection Panel marks 25 years of accountability at the World Bank
6 Dec 2018

Twenty five years after its inception, the Inspection Panel explains the positive impact it has had on the World Bank and the development community.