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GAP Contributes to New Green Climate Fund Whistleblower Policy

Bea Edwards, May 31, 2017

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) was established by the 194 countries that are party to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2010. Given the structure of the Fund and the context in which it operates, the Member States determined that oversight offices and policies were necessary to prevent corruption and fraud in the use of GCF resources. One of these policies will be designed to protect whistleblowers and witnesses who report misconduct or misuse of funds. The Government Accountability Project is honored to be asked to contribute to the development of the new policy  through the submission of civil society inputs to GCF decision makers. The submission may be accessed here.