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The Environmental Accountability of the World Bank to Third Party Non-state Actors (Studies in International Law)

Alix Gowlland-Gualtieri

The Environmental Accountability of the World Bank to Third Party Non-state Actors (Studies in International Law)

by Alix Gowlland-Gualtieri

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Published by Hart Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International environmental law,
  • Environmental,
  • International,
  • Law

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12567027M
    ISBN 101841135518
    ISBN 109781841135519
    OCLC/WorldCa150363543

    Multistakeholder governance a practice of governance that employs bringing multiple stakeholders together to participate in dialogue, decision making, and implementation of responses to jointly perceived problems. The principle behind such a structure is that if enough input is provided by multiple types of actors involved in a question, the eventual consensual decision gains more legitimacy. advocacy networks ( 9). These non-state actors attempt to influence powerful member states to influence the World Bank to then influence developing states, a process referred to both as “backward triangulation” and a “boomerang pattern” (Fox and Brown ; Keck and Sikkink 13). Demands for accountability are based on the.

    PDF | On Jan 1, , Michael Strange published Do non-state actors enhance the accountability of global governance? - The case of WTO Dispute Settlement | Find, read and cite all the research you. The book covers the following topics: Imperatives of international law and norms, hard law and soft law, international law in relation to multinational enterprises, jurisdictional limits of regulation, corporate governance and disclosure, the creation of soft law norms in international law, compliance with norms created by non-state actors.

    This book is the first in a series examining how public law and international law intersect in five thematic areas of global significance: sanctions, global health, environment, movement of people and security. Until recently, international and public law have mainly overlapped in discussions on how international law is implemented domestically.   This month, World Bank executives approved the third and final draft of its Environmental and Social Framework, much to the disappointment of human rights and environmental organizations around the world, including ERI. This spring, ERI was among numerous civil society organizations that participated in public consultations around the second draft of the Framework. In a .


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The Environmental Accountability of the World Bank to Third Party Non-state Actors (Studies in International Law) by Alix Gowlland-Gualtieri Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Environmental Accountability of the World Bank to Third Party Non-state Actors by Alix Gowlland-Gualtieri,available at Book Depository with 2/5(1). accountability of international financial organizations to third party non-state actors by focusing on the World Bank Inspection Panel.

The endorsement by the international community of sustainable development objectives has resulted in expanding the mandate of the Bank and other organizations, which are now expected to include.

The environmental accountability of the World Bank to third party non-state actors. By Alix Gowlland. Abstract. Available from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:DN / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreSIGLEGBUnited KingdoAuthor: Alix Gowlland.

With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries. How-to notes: participatory and third party monitoring in World Bank projects - what can non-state actors do.

(English). This conceptual paper focuses on accountability of power-ful actors for the social and environmental outcomes of their decision making about natural resources. Powerful actors in this context are institutions with decision making powers, or significant influence over decision making, about forests, fisheries, land, water, and extractive resources.

In this article, I describe the IMF and the World Bank's coercive use of the conditionality arrangement in determining the fiscal and monetary policies, and shaping the development decisions of debtor countries as constituting not an expansion but, in fact, a transfer of "public decision making" power from debtor states to these non-state actors.

Outsourcing to non-state partners not just takes away discretion from state actors but also a sense of accountability and ownership towards their job. Also Read World Bank. How-to notes: participatory and third party monitoring in World Bank projects - what can non-state actors do. (Английский).

response of key international actors, such as the United Nations, the World Bank, the United States, tation are the sole responsibility of the author or authors of the adaptation and are not endorsed by The World Bank.

Third-party content—The World Bank does not necessarily own each component of the Accountability () by World Bank. Demanding Accountability: Civil Society Claims and the World Bank Inspection Panel, Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, ; eri, ‘The Environmental Accountability of the World Bank to Non-State Actors: Insights from the Inspection Panel’, in 72 The British Year Book of International Lawpp.

Ruling the Waters: California's Kern River, the Environment, and the Making of Western Water Law (The Environment in Modern North America Book 4) Douglas R. Littlefield Kindle Edition. The World Bank FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Report No: PAD NSAs Non-State Actors.

making it the coun try with the third largest IDP population in the world. The overall impact of the conflict on infrastructure and social services is estimated at US$ billion. Three-quarters of the damages are in Borno (US$ billion), followed by. The Bank Group’s independent Sanctions System includes the Integrity Vice Presidency, which is responsible for investigating allegations of fraud and corruption in World Bank-funded projects.

Public complaint mechanisms are built into projects to encourage and empower oversight, and projects are actively supervised during implementation. overview of the world bank environmental and social framework 1. The World Bank Environmental and Social F ramework sets out the World Bank’s commitment to sustainable development, through a Bank Policy and a set of Envi-ronmental and Social Standards that are designed to support Borrowers’ projects, with the aim of ending extreme poverty and.

Accountability is hereby enacted by regional or international courts, other international organizations, non-state actors or other sub-units of the IO (Verdirame, ;Wouters et al., ).

Newswise Blog. New Book Holds World Bank Accountable to Reform. 5-Nov AM EST, by University of California, Santa Cruz, by University of California, Santa.

Consultant, World Bank. Razafindrazay is a Geographer with the Geo-Enabling initiative for the Monitoring and Supervision (GEMS) team. She leads the GEMS engagement in several countries, including Burundi, Haiti, Djibouti, and Madagascar leveraging ICT-based solutions to enhance project transparency and accountability.

See Christopher Cooker, ‘Outsourcing War’, in Daphné Josselin and William Wallace (eds), Non-State Actors in World Politics, Basingstoke, Palgrave,pp.

– 38 Some of these episodes are narrated by Daniel Litvin, Empires of Profit: Commerce, Conquest and Corporate Responsibility, New York and London, Texere, accountability works in practice and how the demonstration work of PRAN can be replicated and expanded to achieve the overall impact desired.

The audience for this document is: a. The World Bank – both those concerned with social accountability, and those responsible for. Governance comprises all of the processes of governing – whether undertaken by the government of a state, by a market or by a network – over a social system (family, tribe, formal or informal organization, a territory or across territories) and whether through the laws, norms, power or language of an organized society.

It relates to "the processes of interaction and decision-making among.World Bank. Third-party content—The World Bank does not necessarily own each component of the content contained within the work. The World Bank therefore does not warrant that the use of any third-party-owned indi-vidual component or part contained in the work will not infringe on the rights of those third parties.

The.Environmental Accountability of the World Bank to Third Party Non-State Actors Alix Gowlland-Gualtieri ISBN Published May Hart Publishing.