World Bank hiring: Diversity without citizenship quotas

The World Bank is trying to hire more women, but there are no hiring quotas when it comes to nationality. Still, this multilateral lender is eager to increase diversity.

World Bank Senior Recruitment Officer Roberto Amorosino explains.

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