Thursday, December 20, 2007


Source: The Economist

The UN Development Program ranks first, and the Asian Development Bank and Christian Aid tie for second in this ranking of international organizations by the One World Trust. "The study ranks 30 global organizations, including companies as well as inter-governmental organizations and voluntary groups and charities, according to an index based on criteria such as transparency and participation. It finds that voluntary groups and charities are more willing to involve outsiders in decision-making, whereas companies are more responsive to external criticism. Organizations such as development banks are more likely to disclose the findings of reviews into their policies."

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