The 2015 EU Aid Transparency Review is out!
The 2015 EU Aid Transparency Review finds that lack of transparency by major European donors is hindering development outcomes in some of the poorest countries in the world. Download the 2015 EU Aid Transparency Review now!
Event: Getting the right information into the right hands: Harnessing open data for development
Publish What You Fund has partnered with Transparency International, the Open Government Partnership and the International Budget Partnership to host a panel debate at the European Development Days 2015. Date: Thursday 4th June 2015 Time: 10.45 – 12.00 Venue: D1, Tour & Taxis, Avenue du Port 86, B-1000 Brussels 2015 is a critical year for […]
New EIB policy commits to implement IATI – but transparency still limited
We welcome the leadership shown by the EIB on opening up its development activities by committing to implement IATI in its new disclosure policy. We are disappointed, however, that the policy does not go further by including exceptions on internal documents and investigations. We hope that the EIB will review this decision and work closely […]
CSOs submit concerns to EIB on draft transparency policy
A group of international CSOs, including Publish What You Fund, have submitted a letter to Directors of the European Investment Bank (EIB) expressing concerns that the Bank’s draft transparency policy is a backwards step and not in keeping with other international financial institutions and official actors, who are improving their transparency and accountability policies. The […]
5 Back-to-school essentials for EU development cooperation
For many of us working with the EU, September certainly feels like going “back to school” following an extended summer period when most EU institutions close down. But new European Commission President Jean-Claude Junker has been hard at work over the holidays putting together his “dream team” of European Commissioners, which he announced two weeks […]