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3 Dec 2013
Stronger human rights accountability and remedy for corporate abuses urgently needed

As the second annual United Nations (UN) Forum on Business and Human Rights in Geneva officially opens today, 3 December, messages from stakeholder sessions highlight low awareness and uptake of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP) as well as the continuing human rights violations and impunity of corporate abuses across the globe.

24 Nov 2013
Last-minute compromises in COP 19 fail to deliver positive outcomes

COP 19, the UN climate talks in Warsaw, is running out of time. It is threatened with complete breakdown as major disagreements continue, with heated debates continuing throughout the night in the final stretch of the two-week-long international meeting.

24 Nov 2013
Commitments lost, ambitions damaged: No outcome in sight from Warsaw climate talks

After grueling days of intense negotiations between developed and developing countries, this year’s climate summit failed to produce meaningful outcomes to address climate change.

18 Nov 2013
IBON calls for climate justice, supports Saño stand on urgent climate action

Philippine delegation head Naderev Saño’s crusade for urgent climate action received strong support today from IBON International, as the Philippines continued to reel from the staggering impact of super typhoon Haiyan while the COP 19 climate talks unfold in Warsaw, Poland.

12 Oct 2013
Into the lion’s den: Confronting the World Bank on privatized water

Corporate Accountability International (CAI) and IBON International joined forces in Washington, D.C. this week to challenge the World Bank Group on its role in privatized water utilities.

11 Oct 2013
Addressing structural issues behind poverty, hunger malnutrition remain absent

Four years after the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) reform process started in 2008, it remains to be seen whether it has learned its lessons well. At the annual CFS 40th session being held this week, discussions on responsible agricultural investments, biofuels, and the post-2015 development agenda are among the key issues taking center stage.

9 Oct 2013
An end to poverty? WB’s new strategy unveiling at 2013 Fall Meetings

The goal to end extreme poverty worldwide by 2030 is now part of the World Bank Group’s (WB) new vision, adopted at its 2013 Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C. in April. The WB also adds the promotion of “shared prosperity” as another goal. The Bank’s strategy based on this vision is set to be unveiled in the 2013 Annual Meetings on 11-13 October.

9 Oct 2013
‘Agenda for Change’: Whose agenda? Change for whom?

The Agenda For Change, first unveiled in 2011 and approved in May 2012, will determine European Union (EU)’s development policy in the coming years. It is an attempt to improve EU poverty reduction efforts by making its development assistance “more strategic, targeted and results-oriented”.“Impact” has become a buzzword among European development officials but issues that plague European development cooperation over the years call to question whether or not the new overseas aid policy can indeed bring about real transformation in the lives of the poor in Asia & the Pacific.

1 Sep 2013
Strive for inclusive participation, pro-poor sustainable development financing strategy

IBON International Statement for the First session of the Intergovernmental Committee of Experts on Sustainable Development Financing

17 Jun 2013
High-level panel report falls short of CSO expectations—CPG

The Campaign for People’s Goals (CPG) recently posted on its website (www.peoplesgoals.org) a detailed point-by-point response to the Official Report of the High Level Panel (HLP) on Post-2015. Key points of the CPG critique are summarized here.

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