Re:Common campaigns for a form of development finance that is socially useful and does not negatively impact on human rights and the environment. The organisation works with social movements and NGOs in Italy, Europe and internationally, providing research, analysis and campaigning support to generate external pressure on governments and institutions for transformative change. Re:Common was established as an independent organisation in 2012 to continue the work of the Campaign for the Reform of the World Bank (CRBM) project of Mani Tese. The CRBM project received its first grant from the Sigrid Rausing Trust in 2005 (see Mani Tese for further information).
SRT has supported Re:Common as an independent entity since 2013.
Total funds received to date: £320,000
Current Grant: £80,000 over one year
Grant Start: 1st March 2016
Programmes: Transparency and Accountability