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Bradlow , D. Int'l L. Treakle , K. In writing. No other form is necessary. Although the working language of the Panel is English, requests can be submitted in any language.

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Requests may also be submitted by e-mail at ipanel worldbank. Some guidelines and a sample form for requesting an inspection can be found on the website of the Inspection Panel here.

The complaint must include para. The Request is not frivolous, absurd or anonymous. The subject matter of the Request does not concern issues of procurement , which is the process of acquisition of goods, work and services required for a project. The Request is not the same as a previous Request on which the Panel has already made a recommendation.

Demanding Accountability: Civil-Society Claims and the World Bank Inspection Panel

In cases which do not seem to raise broad issues and be too contentious, the Panel can postpone its decision to register the request for an inspection and to hand the case to Management, in order to find a quick, early solution. The criteria for triggering the pilot approach are Annex 1, para. The issues of alleged harm … are clearly defined, focused, limited in scope , and appear to be amenable to early resolution in the interests of the Requesters.

The Requesters inform the Panel that they support a postponement of the decision on registration to explore this additional opportunity for early solutions, in light of steps or measures indicated by Management. When a complaint seems to meet the first criteria, the Panel contacts Management to see whether they believe the pilot approach would be a good way to solve the issues raised by the request.

If it is so, the Panel informs the requesters.

Demanding Accountability : Civil Society Claims and the World Bank Inspection Panel

The Panel issues a Notice of Receipt of a Request which explains the basis for their decision to postpone registration. The requesters and Management keep the Panel posted about the progress made in finding a solution. If the requesters are satisfied, the Panel issues a Notice of Non-Registration.

Management must provide a response to the complaint within 21 business days. As Para. Bank staff of the country office , officials of the implementing agency and other interested parties may provide relevant information. The Borrower is provided with information about the Panel and its process. Based on these information, the Panel confirms whether the 6 eligibility criteria are gathered together para. Based on the technical eligibility assessment, the Panel decides whether it will recommend an investigation to the Board.

It must explain the reasons for its decision. Whether there is a plausible causal link between the harm alleged in the Request and the Project. Whether the alleged harm and possible non-compliance by the Bank with its operational policies and procedures may be of a serious character.

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Whether Management has provided a statement of specific remedial actions , and whether, in the judgment of the Panel and taking into account the view of the Requesters, these proposed remedial actions may adequately address the matters raised by the Request.