Starting from the premise that much of the academic discourse on World Bank sanctions has focused on the adequacy and efficacy of the World Bank sanctions system to fight fraud and corruption in World Bank-financed contracts and projects, this paper aims to contribute to the existing literature by addressing two questions. First, whether the current sanctions regime protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of private individuals, NGOs and companies it targets; secondly, what procedural standards and rights would most effectively protect the targeted individuals', NGOs' and companies' rights and freedoms, without jeopardizing the objectives of the sanctioning system.

A HUMAN RIGHTS BASED APPROACH TO THE WORLD BANK SANCTIONS REGIME

SEATZU FRANCESCO
2019

Abstract

Starting from the premise that much of the academic discourse on World Bank sanctions has focused on the adequacy and efficacy of the World Bank sanctions system to fight fraud and corruption in World Bank-financed contracts and projects, this paper aims to contribute to the existing literature by addressing two questions. First, whether the current sanctions regime protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of private individuals, NGOs and companies it targets; secondly, what procedural standards and rights would most effectively protect the targeted individuals', NGOs' and companies' rights and freedoms, without jeopardizing the objectives of the sanctioning system.
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