Have your say on the EBRD's work

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

None currently under review.

Sectoral strategies

None currently under review.

Policies

The EBRD is starting work to review three major governance policies – the Bank’s Environmental and Social Policy, the Public Information Policy and the Project Complaint Mechanism Rules of Procedure to conclude by May 2019.

See press release.

The first phase of consultation is the pre-drafting phase, during which the invitation to comment on the existing policies is part of the public consultation process. Prior to the development of revised policy guidance, EBRD stakeholders are encouraged to submit written feedback to policyreviews2019@ebrd.com

The comment period will remain open from Monday 12 February 2018 until Tuesday 10 April 2018.  Feedback already provided to the EBRD regarding the current policies will be considered in the review.  Please provide comments on the existing policies Environmental and Social Policy, Public Information Policy and Project Complaint Mechanism Rules of Procedure to policyreviews2019@ebrd.com by Tuesday 10 April 2018.

Other documents

None currently under review.

Projects

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

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)