MICI Reflections: Agreements to improve lives
This series showcases various cases managed by MICI's Consultation Phase and highlights the lessons learnt during the dispute resolution process, the key facts about the case, and the main outcomes of the dialogue between the parties involved.
1. Costa Rica: MICI’s experience with the Reventazón hydroelectric project
2. Bariloche, Argentina: The power of dialogue in the transformation of a tourist center
MICI Reflexiones: Institutional changes to improve lives
This series draws lessons learned from the investigations carried out by MICI's Compliance Review Phase and analyzes how these processes have contributed to generating changes in the IDB Group's operational policies and standards, strengthening its commitment to social and environmental sustainability of the projects financed in Latin America and the Caribbean.
1. México - Mareña Renovables: Reinforcing the “meaningful” in “meaningful consultations”
This note explores seven approaches to be taken into account in dispute resolution to promote avenues of solution under the Do No Harm principle. This publication forms part of the knowledge products prepared in the framework of the tenth anniversary of MICI.
On the occasion of MICI’s tenth anniversary, this note describes the experience of the first members of the GCE who served from 2017 to 2019 and outlines key elements of the GCE’s role, examples of its contributions, and lessons learned.
This document provides guidance on how to manage a MICI Request, as normally as possible, during a Remote Environment Contingency, such as the COVID 19 pandemic, in which all case-related meetings, events, dialogue sessions, interviews, and communications must happen remotely using digital tools. This publication forms part of the knowledge products prepared in the framework of the tenth anniversary of MICI.
An analysis of the complaints managed under the Consultation Phase, their outcomes, and the dispute resolution tools used to address the issues.
From September 2010 to December 2017, MICI received 128 Requests, of which 122 were related to IDB projects, four to MIF projects, and two to IDB Invest projects. Presented herein is the first analytical approach to the Requests received since the beginning of MICI’s operations, which is intended to serve as a general context note and the first analytical document of the MICI Reflections Program.
Summary of the first Knowledge product ”Analysis of the Request Portfolio 2010-2017” of the MICI Reflections Program.