Myriam Nahouli delivering her testimony during the CSPF panel titled: “Examining Barriers to Accountability for Communities in the Middle East & North Africa– Marrakech October 12. Myriam Nahouli, along
On April 20, 2023, an alliance of civil society organizations, including the Arab Watch Coalition, submitted two policy papers to the International Financial Corporation and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency.
More than 4,577 individuals from around the world demanded that the International Finance Corporation (IFC) guarantee justice for communities harmed by international development projects. An alliance of civil society organizations
We, the civil society organizations signing this statement, assert that the newly released proposal on remedial action and responsible exit principles by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Multilateral
Civil society demands the end of the ‘gentlemen’s agreement’ and calls for merit-based, open and transparent World Bank presidential selection process The undersigned organisations and individuals write to demand
Despite the protests, the sessions, the debates, and all the pressure that civil society organizations exerted during the annual meetings to highlight the seriousness of the current economic situation and