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This is a series of tips for civil society organizations written from a funder's perspective. It is intended to stimulate inquiry, rather than to provide rigid instructions. The tips are on: project development, monitoring and evaluation, budgeting, financial systems, resource mobilization, grant proposal writing, and reporting to funders.
This paper explores the opportunities for more meaningful, empowering forms of participation in World Bank decision-making. First, it examines the challenges of improving public participation in the Bank's institutional governance, and in its operations at global, national, and local levels. Then, it proposes a set of principles and a framework for thinking about how to expand and deepen the opportunities for meaningful public participation in all stages of Bank decisionmaking. Finally, it uses the framework to propose a set of recommendations for improving Bank practice for consideration by the World Bank's management and Board.
Address by James D. Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank Group, to the Board of Governors of the World Bank Group at the joint Annual Discussion, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, September 23, 2003. In this annual address to the Board of Governors, James D. Wolfensohn analyses the progress on the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals and the measures that should be addressed to fulfil this promise.
This booklet is a general resource guide for civil society representatives and others interested in the World Bank and its interaction with Civil Society. It is organized in two sections. The first section offers background information on the World Bank and its principal activities, resources and new development programmes. The second section provides information on the origins, approach, and activities of the Bank's engagement with civil society.
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