Seven organisations have written to the Chair of the OECD DAC, Erik Solheim, asking him to support a proposal to ensure aid can be mapped onto partner country budgets.
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 […]
Next week, the world’s development actors will meet at the first High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation in Mexico. The meeting is an opportunity to kick-start efforts to ensure governments’ transparency commitments on development cooperation are met by 2015. Along with more than 50 other organisations, networks and individuals, we have written advocacy […]
In a letter to Publish What You Fund, the new World Bank President, Jim Yong Kim, reaffirmed the Bank’s commitment to the openness agenda and praised the campaign for their continued promotion of the issue. Jim Yong Kim said: “The World Bank sees openness and transparency as key to delivering better development results and strengthening accountability…we appreciate your […]
Including progress on aid transparency within Canada’s Open Government Partnership Action Plan
On 26th January, 35 CSOs from around the world wrote to aid donors, asking them to ensure that the International Aid Transparency Initiative agreed on 9th February “fully addresses the priority issues identified by partner countries”. We have received replies from 9 donors. You can read their responses below: Reply from Asian Development Bank 15.2.2011 […]