LATIN AMERICA: NGOs Demand Transparency, Reforms in IDB

Dozens of civil society organisations in the Americas are demanding greater transparency and accountability as well as structural reforms in the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), ahead of the multilateral lender’s annual meeting of governors that starts Friday in the Mexican resort of Cancún.

“We want the IDB to commit to evaluating financing based on the assessment of its projects and to demonstrate that civil society input is taken into account,” Valeria Enríquez, a Mexican researcher with the non-governmental Centre for Analysis and Research (FUNDAR), told IPS. “We are also calling for a greater commitment to fighting climate change.”

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