Responding to the AIIB Annual Meeting of 2022 The AIIB’s Statement on Retaliation is misleading: the intimidation of Indigenous Sasak communities continues to this day with the heavy involvement of security forces in the Mandalika tourism development project Ahead of the AIIB annual meeting, we, the Indonesian Infrastructure Development Monitoring Coalition, a group of Indonesian… Continue reading Official Statement: Indonesian Coalition for Monitoring Infrastructure Development
A large-scale tourism project in Indonesia’s Lombok Island has become a nightmare for the coastal Indigenous Sasak communities. Hundreds of families have been forced by the government and armed security forces to leave their homes for temporary resettlements unfit to support their livelihoods, while others who stand up for their rights to land, a life… Continue reading AIIB’s Mandalika project in Indonesia force thousands to leave their homes “What can you do when they point guns at you?’’
The Coalition for Monitoring Indonesia’s Infrastructure Development and supporting NGOs today called on the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) and the Indonesian Government to stop AIIB financing for the quarter-billion dollar Mandalika Urban Development and Tourism Project, following a communication from the Special Procedures of the UN Human Rights Council.
In the situation of the ongoing social and political crisis in Belarus, the regime of Alexander Lukashenko, while demonstrating the practices of the occupying government in their own country, continues to use the resources of international inter-governmental financial systems for the purpose of retaining their own power.
The Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) opened for business in 2016 and rapidly established itself as a major multilateral development institution. It now aims to become the world’s leading financier of large-scale infrastructure by 2021. But the bank first needs to raise its game regarding timely public disclosure of its projects’ environmental and social… Continue reading The Asean Post: China’s BRI Bank Lacks Transparency
Transparency and public participation are paramount in mitigating the environmental and social risks of large-scale infrastructure projects. But the Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is not heeding the message, even as the climate emergency and irreversible biodiversity loss reach critical levels. Read the article in full: Project Syndicate
Die Transparenzregeln der AIIB sind zu vage und haben keine klaren Fristen. Weitgehend entscheidet das Spitzenmanagement allein darüber, was die Öffentlichkeit über soziale und ökologische Risiken von AIIB-Projekten erfährt. Weiterlesen