An Inclusionary Governance Model for International Institutions: Ensuring Accountability towards Individuals is a descriptive and normative study into the accountability of international institutions vis-à-vis individuals. The research develops a framework to analyse and address the exercise of public power by international institutions that may directly affect individuals. The dynamic and normative yardstick accommodates the context in which international institutions operate while simultaneously setting benchmarks for the inclusion of those affected in the decision-making procedure of international institutions.

accountability, international organizations, human rights, transparency, access to information, access to participation, access to justice, UN security council, targeted sanctions, UNHCR, world bank, global administrative law, model-building
E. Hey (Ellen) , J.D. Temperman (Jeroen)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
978-90-830552-9-9
hdl.handle.net/1765/131196
Erasmus School of Law

Schaap, M. (2020). An Inclusionary Governance Model for International Institutions: Ensuring Accountability towards Individuals. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/131196