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Community Organizations CEE Bankwatch Network
CEE Bankwatch Network
CEE Bankwatch Network
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+420 777 995 515


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Our vision is an environmentally, socially and economically just world, built on solidarity, participation and respect for ecological limits. People enjoy fulfilling lives and are aware of and responsible for the consequences of their actions.

Our contribution

To make this vision become reality, we are working to prevent the environmentally and socially harmful impacts of international development finance, and to promote alternative solutions and public participation.



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Environmental Impact Assessment in focus – A tool to promote democracy and environmental protection

Manuals & Guidelines
Janeiro, 2015

This guide helps civil society organisations and the representatives of interest groups to better understand the technical jargon of the Environmental impact assessment process and to understand its structure, functions and aims.

This resource is part of the CCSI’s Directory of Community Guidance on Agreements Relating to Agriculture or Forestry Investment.

Toolkit on the Project Complaint Mechanism of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Manuals & Guidelines
Novembro, 2014

The Project Compliance Mechanism (PCM) is the EBRD's accountability mechanism for the assessment and follow-up of complaints about project financed by the bank. The PCM is a grievance mechanism for civil society, local groups and individuals that may be directly and adversely affected by a bank project. It's purpose is to help identify when the EBRD or its client has not fulfilled the obligations defined in the bank's policies and to facilitate a problem-solving process with the EBRD's client.

Gender and international financial institutions. A guide for civil society

Manuals & Guidelines
Junho, 2011

The guide consists of an overview of the gender relevant policy framework and initiatives at IFIs. It also contains a gender checklist which should help civil society organisations in determining whether gender considerations have been addressed during the preparation and implementation of IFI-financed projects and programmes. The checklist is divided into three parts:

• broad gender considerations during the project/programme preparation, monitoring and evaluation stages,

• gender issues that need to be addressed during the assessment of projects in particular sectors