A final call for a transparent and open Financing for Development

This week, governments are meeting in New York for the final drafting session of the Financing for Development (FFD) outcome document. It is still uncertain whether we will have strong commitments on transparency and open data, so in coalition with more than 50 other NGOs, we have written to the negotiators with a call to action.

The letter is available here in English and Spanish. Many thanks to the following organisations who have joined our call to action at this critical time of the FFD process.

  1. ADD International
  2. Africa Health Budget Network
  3. AfroLeadership
  4. AidOpener
  5. Amida Technology Solutions
  6. Balay Mindanaw Foundation Inc.
  7. Bir Duino Kyrgyzstan – Human Rights Movement
  8. Bond
  9. CAFOD
  10. Center for Development and Democratization of Institutions – Albania
  11. CIVICUS
  12. Cordaid
  13. Development Gateway
  14. Development Initiatives
  15. Economic Alliance Group
  16. Economic Research Center – Azerbaijan
  17. Fundar –Centro de Análisis e Investigación
  18. Global Initiative for Fiscal Transparency
  19. Global Integrity
  20. Global Movement for Budget Transparency, Accountability and Participation
  21. Global Rights Alert
  22. Human Rights First Rwanda Association
  23. INGO Accountability Charter
  24. Instituto de Estudos Socioeconômicos (INESC)
  25. Institute of Public Finance
  26. InterAction
  27. International Budget Partnership
  28. International Society for Poverty Elimination
  29. Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection
  30. Namati
  31. National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights
  32. Open Knowledge Foundation Germany
  33. Oxfam America
  34. Partos
  35. Policy Forum Tanzania
  36. Publish What You Fund
  37. Publish What You Pay International
  38. Publish What You Pay Mongolia
  39. Publish What You Pay UK
  40. Red Internacional de Migración y Desarrollo
  41. Restless Development
  42. Rural Reconstruction Nepal
  43. Saferworld
  44. Save the Children UK
  45. SEND-GHANA
  46. SLOGA
  47. Society for Citizens Vigilance Initiative
  48. Transparency International
  49. Transparencia Mexicana
  50. UKAN
  51. United Nations Association of South Sudan
  52. Universal Rights Network
  53. World Federation of United Nations Associations

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Comments

  • June 24, 2015 at 11:22
    JDurant says:

    Hope they will really work !

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