CiFAR has today launched a new paper – Best Practices and Challenges in the Management of Recovered Assets.
With this manual, civil society organisations interested in starting work in the asset recovery field or strengthening current work will find concrete tips and ideas identified from interviews generously provided by CSO rThis report aims to fill evidence gaps by analysing approaches and strategies to the management of domestically and internationally recovered assets as a frequently overlooked and underestimated stage asset recovery.
Focusing on the African continent and zooming in on the civil society perspective, this report discusses the challenges and opportunities in the promotion of the transparent and accountable management of recovered assets.
Various national and international stakeholders’ roles in respect of accountability and transparency in the management of recovered assets are further explored. Further, the paper suggests success factors and entry points in designing and setting up systems to manage recovered assets in the African context.
Before concluding, the report outlines specific entry points for civil society in the management of domestically and internationally recovered assets.
You can download the report here.