Take advantage of our Open Learning Campus (OLC), which provides access to free courses The World Bank Group`s recruitment policy is to hire employees at the highest level on the broadest possible geographical basis, with a focus on nationals of World Bank Group member countries. World Bank Group staff work with governments, civil society groups, the private sector, and other developing countries around the world, supporting people in all areas of development, from policy and strategic advice to identifying, preparing, evaluating, and monitoring development projects. The case of Savenda Management Services Limited v. Stanbic Bank Zambia Limited and Gregory Chifire is important in that it raises the question of whether Zambian judges have virtually unbridled power to ex officio punish anyone who criticizes their sentences for contempt of court. In addition, the case reinforces the traditional struggles associated with the distinction between civil and criminal contempt, the consequences of which are entirely based on distinction. The case is also important because it reveals the inadequacy of criminal policies in Zambia that do not take into account laws, the effects of which have led to excessive and unjustified sanctions. A six-year prison sentence for scandalizing the court by the Supreme Court in this case was both exaggerated and unnecessary, although the court was broad. Take a look at our core and management skills at the World Bank Group and explore our current vacancies. Our core values articulate what is most important to us. They guide us on how we work with each other, with our customers and partners. And most importantly, they help us become a better banking group for the world`s poorest people.