Blockchain, big data analytics, AI and other new technologies are transforming the way of working for governments, businesses and society. The 2019 Forum will focus on the risks and opportunities of new technologies for anti-corruption & integrity.
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Evelyn Hernandez

CoST, The Infrastructure Transparency Initiative
Head of Members and Affiliates
This session focuses on strengthening the transparency and accountability of domestic systems for managing climate finance and encouraging efforts to deepen stakeholder participation in climate-related policies. We are proposing a dynamic discussion to brainstorm ways to tackle opportunities and challenges related to transparency of climate finance investments and to promote collective action to demand for accountability. The conversations will also be aimed at securing the much-needed buy in and support of governments and civil society in opening up climate finance to public scrutiny. We also expect to discuss and receive inputs to our proposed tool to make climate finance more transparent and accountable by identifying critical areas to further the disclosure process for climate finance infrastructure and secure feedback to inform advocacy efforts for increasing demand for green accountability.

Hosts: CoST- the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative, Green Climate Fund, Global Partnership for Social Accountability, GIZ
Date: Monday 4 September, 3pm-5pm
Location: Vägi Room, Telliskivi Creative City
Contact: e.hernandez@infrastructuretransparency.org
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Thursday, March 21

09:20 CET

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