Contents with tag: Annual Reports
2017 was a fruitful year as we continued to develop our work in contributing to and in solidarity with Southern peoples’ struggles -- with a view towards people's development through rights and sovereignty of the people.
Laying the Groundwork for People's Sovereignty and Rights: 2016 is certainly an important year for IBON International as we reaffirmed the need to start with people’s exercise of sovereignty and rights, as an important step towards our goal of social transformation.
Pursuing People-Powered Democracy
We are pleased to announce the release of IBON International's 2015 Annual Report, in both print and digital format.
AR 2014 highlights the continuing process of developing IBON International as a service institution focused on capacity development for the people. Aside from the institution's structure, advocacies, and policy frameworks featured in this report, AR2014 also highlights the accomplishments and workings of our networks and programs.
AR 2013 gives an overview of the institution’s structure, advocacies, and policy frameworks. It provides an in-depth look at the accomplishments and workings of our networks, programs, and units in the past year. In line with principles of transparency and accountability, this report also includes a breakdown of financial figures and a listing of our partners and affiliates throughout the year.
IBON International's digital release of its 2012 Annual Report
This report highlights IBON’s and its partners’ accomplishments in 2011 through programs and networks that it hosts. From around six people in 2005, its staff compliment including staff seconded in networks has grown to 36, with its turnover growing to the maximum projected for the medium term.
This Annual Report contains IBON’s and its partners’ accomplishments in 2010 through the programs and networks that it hosts.
The international situation in 2009 was dominated by the financial and economic crisis-precipitated by financial market crashes in the North that spread across the globe. The global economic crisis is compounded by its convergence with the food and energy crises, which occurred against the backdrop of human-induced climate change.