The MICI is the independent accountability mechanism of the IDB dedicated to address and investigate allegations by groups of persons or communities that believe have been harmed by Bank-financed projects due to it not complying with its operational policies. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that the operations financed by the Bank in Latin America and the Caribbean meet the highest standards of social and environmental sustainability.
The MICI operates in accordance with the Policy approved in December 2014 by the Board of Executive Directors, to whom it reports directly.
What is new?
MICI names the first Coordinators of the Independent Consultation and Investigation Mechanism (MICI) – Maria Aránzazu Villanueva as Coordinator of the Compliance Review Phase and Francisco Giménez-Salinas as Coordinator of the Consultation Phase.
Last Monday November 16, in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, MICI carried out the “Independent Consultation and Investigation Mechanism (MICI) Workshop: Theory and Practice.” The objective of the event was to get to know MICI, share experiences about cases and strengthen ties with civil society organizations that work to promote social and environmental sustainability in Argentina.
On October 26th, 2015, the MICI Director determined that the Request was not eligible as it does not meet the eligibility criteria established in the MICI Policy. Consequently, the processing of the Request was concluded. For further information, please visit the registry file.
On October 7th, 2015, the MICI Director determined that the Request was not eligible and its processing was concluded.
Tel: +1 (202) 623-3952
Fax: +1 (202) 312-4057
Address: 1300 New York Ave NW. Washington, DC. 20577
Please refer to the Glossary for the definition of terms in bold type.
On December 17, 2014, the Board of Executive Directors of the IDB approved the new Policy of the Independent Consultation and Investigation Mechanism which regulates the operation of the MICI and provides detail on the requirements for filing Requests.
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