ရေးသားသူ- Ishita Petkar, John Mwebe နှင့်Tom Weerachat
နိုင်ငံတကာတာဝန်ခံမှုဆိုင်ရာ စီမံကိန်း (IAP)အနေဖြင့် ကမ္ဘာ့လူထုအခြေပြုအသုံးချလမ်းညွှန်အသစ်များရဲ့ တစ်စိတ်တစ်ပိုင်းဖြစ်သည့် ရပ်ရွာအခြေပြုသုတေသနလုပ်ငန်းအတွက် စာအုပ်သစ်သုံးအုပ်ကို မျှဝေချင်ပါတယ်။
ထိုစာအုပ်များတွင် ပါရှိသော အကြောင်းအရာများကတော့-
ដោយ Ishita Petkar, John Mwebe និង Tom Weerachat
គម្រោងគណនេយ្យភាពអន្តរជាតិ មានសេចក្តីរីករាយក្នុងការចែករំលែកសម្ភារៈថ្មីៗចំនួនបី ស្តីពីការស្រាវជ្រាវដែលដឹកនាំដោយសហគមន៍ដែលជាផ្នែកមួយនៃសេរីសៀវភៅណែនាំ ស្ដីពីសកម្មភាព សហគមន៍ជាសកល ថ្មីៗរបស់យើង។
IAP strongly condemns the severe and escalating violence by the military junta against civil society in Myanmar since the coup on February 1st.
We stand in solidarity and support with our community and civil society partners who are experiencing brutality at the hands of the Tatmadaw, and are being targeted for their work to promote and protect fundamental rights and freedoms. We stand in solidarity and support with the people of Myanmar who are peacefully protesting for the return of power to their elected government and fighting for their right to determine the future of their country.
We condemn the…
For 5 years, IAP has asked, What if development were designed and lived by the same people?
As a 19-year old activist, I remember a mentor asking me what felt, at the time, like an equally provocative question. After participating in repeated protests against a racist and anti-immigrant radio program in the US, I was becoming frustrated that we weren’t able to get the show off the air. My mentor asked, “Everyone knows now what you’re fighting against, but what are you fighting for?”
This question stuck with me.
Like the question from my mentor, IAP’s ‘What if?’ question prompts…
Ишита Петкар, Жон Мвебе ва Том Веэрачат
The International Accountability Project (IAP) — Халқаро ҳисобдорлик лойиҳаси (ХҲЛ) — глобал ҳамжамият фаолияти бўйича кўрсатмасининг янги серияси бўлмиш жамоа бошчилигидаги тадқиқотларга доир учта янги материални баҳам кўришдан беҳад хурсанд.
Ушбу материаллар қуйидагилар билан таъминлайди:
Жамоалар аъзолари, ташкилотчилар ва фуқаролик жамияти вакиллари ушбу материаллардан жамоаларни сафарбар…
By Ishita Petkar
FMO — the Dutch development bank — is relying on an access to information system with serious flaws.
In 2020, International Accountability Project (IAP) and FUNDEPS analyzed the disclosure practices of FMO, the Dutch development bank. We found serious shortcomings in FMO’s current access to information system. Out of a dataset of 241 projects disclosed from January 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020 on FMO’s website, our key findings revealed that:
Amsterdam — February 10, 2021
The Dutch development bank FMO is not sufficiently transparent about the projects it finances and is therefore acting contrary to its mandate.
This is evident from a new report published by the International Accountability Project (IAP) and the Foundation for the Development of Sustainable Policies (FUNDEPS), endorsed by 28 organizations including Both ENDS, SOMO, and Oxfam Novib. The research assesses FMO’s disclosure and access to information practices for investments proposed between January 1, 2019, and May 31, 2020. …
Notes from the Civil Society-Led Session at the 2020 AfDB Civil Society Forum
The International Accountability Project in partnership with the Arab Watch Coalition (AWC) and Lumiere Synergie pour le Developpement (LSD) held a CSO-led session at the virtual 2020 AfDB Civil Society Forum on 27 November 2020, titled Tracking of COVID-19 Financing and Affected Communities’ Access to Information. The objectives of the session were to discuss:
Подготовили: Ишита Петкар (Ishita Petkar), Джон Мвебе (John Mwebe) и Том Вирачат (Tom Weerachat)
Проект Международной Ответственности(IAP) с радостью делится тремя новыми материалами, посвященными теме проведения исследований при ведущей роли общин, которые являются частью нашей новой серии Глобальных практических руководств для общин.
Данные материалы содержат следующее:
For every development initiative, people should be at the center as active participants and beneficiaries of the right to development. This is well corroborated by Jessica, a Community Organizer from Manila, the Philippines who notes: “We understand the need to have our own plan and solutions to the issues confronting our community.”
As we wrote earlier this year, Jessica was part of the International Accountability Project’s first Global Advocacy Team Initiative which brought together 8 people from 8 countries to conduct local research and present policy proposals to change how development is done. The Team’s community-led research documented personal experiences…
International Accountability Project works to defend the rights, land and livelihoods of people threatened by destructive development projects.