Have your say on the EBRD's work

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The EBRD invites the public to give its views on our policies and strategies.

New proposed institutional and operational policies as well as strategies for the countries of operations and sectors in which we invest are made available for public comment.
The Bank's management reviews all public comments and advises the Board of Directors accordingly. The Bank takes this consultation into account in shaping its assessments and decisions on policies and strategies, alongside feedback by shareholder governments, clients and other interested parties, and draft policies and strategies may be amended accordingly.

Currently available for public comment

Country Strategies

Turkey draft strategy

The EBRD has started work on the revision of its strategy for Turkey and invites comments from the public based on the draft strategy.

English | Turkish
Any comments should be submitted to turkeydraftstrategy@ebrd.com no later than 16 September 2015 so that they can be taken into account.

Sectoral strategies

None currently under review.


Draft Strategy for the Promotion of Gender Equality

The EBRD has started a public consultation process on the adoption of its first Gender Strategy and invites comments from the public based on the draft strategy.

English | Turkish | Russian

Any comments should be submitted to GSreview@ebrd.com no later than 22 October 2015 so that they can be taken into account.

Translated versions in French, Arabic, Russian and Turkish will be made available within the next three weeks.

Other documents

None currently under review.


View current and past Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIAs)

View current and past Project Summary Documents (PSDs)

Other ways to provide your views on the EBRD's work

Consult the Frequently Asked Questions
Complete the Information Request Form for any general, project and policy related enquiries
Contact the Civil Society Engagement Unit on subjects relating to EBRD-CSO dialogue
Contact the EBRD Office of the Chief Compliance Officer with regards to the Project Complaint Mechanism (PCM)

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