BIC's Stakeholder Engagement Campaign pushes for increased and more meaningful opportunities for civil society and communities to have a voice in the development process. We advocate for greater transparency and public access to information about development projects financed by International Financial Institutions (IFIs), involvement of those who will be directly impacted by development projects in their design and implementation, upstream opportunities for civil society to feed into development planning processes and institutional policies, and opportunities for redress and accountability when people or the environment are harmed in the development process.
The Bisri Dam aims to bring potable water to Lebanon's largest city, but at what cost?
Will a household natural gas connections project in Egypt benefit communities?
Will an education program in Lebanon promote inclusion of refugees and children with disabilities?
How can the AfDB strengthen its engagement with civil society?
June 03, 2020
How can the African Development Bank include marginalized groups...
May 20, 2020
Will the IDB’s new Environmental and Social Policies protect people...
April 30, 2020
How is the World Bank Group tailoring its approach in countries experiencing...
April 23, 2020
BIC July 2020 Newsletter
Project briefer: Reaching all children with education in Lebanon support project
Tools for Activists: An Information and Advocacy Guide to the World Bank Group
Civil Society Guide to the World Bank's Environmental and Social Framework
Primer on the Global Concessional Financing Facility (GCFF)
Joint Civil Society Comments on World Bank Group Strategy for Fragility, Conflict, and Violence 2020-2025 Concept Note
Environmental and Social Impacts of World Bank Funded Projects in Jordan
For the good of all: A community guide to monitoring development projects (Arabic)