Time: October 27, 2021, 9-10 p.m. (GMT+8)
The principles of transparency, openness, independence and accountability are essential to AIIB’s operations. The AIIB’s Complaints-Resolution, Evaluation and Integrity Unit (CEIU) has made substantive efforts to strengthen and sustain AIIB’s oversight mechanism and ensure that these principles are adhered to in daily operations.
In this event, CEIU representatives and CSOs/NGOs exchanged views on the work of the Project-affected People’s Mechanism (PPM), CEIU’s complaints-resolution function. The session explored next steps needed to ensure that the PPM is accessible and effective.
The session also introduced the AIIB’s anticorruption policy as set out in the Policy on Prohibited Practices and AIIB’s Learning and Evaluation Policy (here) and Directive (here) approved earlier in 2021 to guide independent learning from evaluation in AIIB. The event also introduced the Learning and Evaluation Framework and considered how it can contribute to design and implementation of AIIB projects, including providing project-affected people an accessible and effective PPM.
This session was for CSOs/NGOs and by invitation only. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.