Deserving Trust: Issues of accountability for human rights ngos, 2003, International Council on Human Rights Policy, Versoix, Switzerland




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DESERVING TRUST



ISSUES OF ACCOUNTABILITY

FOR HUMAN RIGHTS NGOs


DRAFT REPORT

for consultation

APRIL 2003


Sent out April 2003

Comments by September 1, 2003


Comments to Robert Archer (archer@international-council.org)





The International Council on Human Rights Policy


The International Council on Human Rights Policy was established in Geneva in 1998 to conduct applied research into current human rights issues. Its research is designed to be of practical relevance to policy-makers in international and regional organisations, in governments and intergovernmental agencies, and in voluntary organisations of all kinds. The Council is independent, international in its membership, and participatory in its approach. It is registered as a non-profit foundation under Swiss law.


Deserving Trust

Issues of accountability for human rights NGOs


DRAFT REPORT

FOR CONSULTATION




The International Council wishes to thank the Ford Foundation (New York), the Swedish International Development Co-operation Agency (SIDA), the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, OXFAM (United Kingdom), CAFOD (United Kingdom) and Christian Aid (United Kingdom) for their financial support.








During the consultation phase of the project, the International Council is delighted to be co-operating with CIVICUS, which will co-host several meetings with the Council, in different regions, to discuss issues of accountability with human rights and other civil society organisations.






Deserving Trust

Issues of accountability for human rights NGOs


DRAFT REPORT

FOR CONSULTATION


© 2003, International Council on Human Rights Policy

© Copyright 2003 International Council on Human Rights Policy


48, chemin du Grand-Montfleury, POB 147, 1290 Versoix, Switzerland

Deserving Trust: Issues of accountability for human rights NGOs, 2003, International Council on Human Rights Policy, Versoix, Switzerland.



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The International Council on Human Rights Policy is a non-profit foundation registered in Switzerland.


ISBN 2-940259-41-0


The final version of this report will be published at the end of 2003.


Copies will be available from:


International Council on Human Rights Policy

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Copies can also be ordered at www.ichrp.org


Contents

Acknowledgements i



Introduction ii


  1. Why Should Human Rights Organisations Give

Attention to Issues of Accountability and Legitimacy? 7 Times of change? 7

Key values 9

The meaning of “accountable” 11
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