PAX

Contact

P.O. Box 19318 3501 DH Utrecht

Website

https://www.paxforpeace.nl

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IATI identifier

NL-KVK-30214009

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Timeliness of Data

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Frequency of publication

Quarterly

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Segmentation of Published Data

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Data Definitions and References

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Field Exclusions

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Record Exclusions

1. Introduction PAX values transparency and accountability. Therefore PAX decided to publish its project data. PAX commits itself to publish its project data set compliant to the IATI standard. The first IATI compliant project data set will be published at no later than 30-04-2016. The projects that ran in the period 01-01-2016 and 30-03-2016 will be included in the data set. PAX embraces the principle “Open, unless…”. This means that PAX remains to have the right to exclude project information from publication to IATI if it falls in one of the following categories: • Information disclosure affecting relations between partner organization and government/other NGOs (human rights work or work in some conflict affected states); • Detailed specific information affecting and jeopardizing the safety and security of NGO staff, partner staff or beneficiaries; • Personal information of individual staff and/or partners (e.g. addresses and telephone numbers); • Commercially sensitive information (salaries, consultant fees); • Information that is exempt under data protection laws or by pre-existing organizational policies. 2. Articles 2.1 General principles for exclusion External relations PAX does not publish data that might harm the relationship with local governments, authorities or institutions of PAX, its partners or other donors. All partner organizations and donors are informed on forehand about PAX’s policies concerning publishing project data . All the parties have the possibility to request exclusion on forehand, based on the principles in this exclusion policy. PAX is, at all times, the final decision-maker for the exclusion of data. Security PAX does not publish data of which it can be expected that it might pose a risk to the safety and/or security of any individuals, local PAX offices, groups of beneficiaries, partner organizations, donors or suppliers. From a security point of view it was decided to publish transaction on a cumulative basis per quarter per activity. Privacy PAX does not publish any information which is traceable to an individual person and that violates that person’s privacy without obtaining prior consent of that specific person involved. Commercial/Strategic PAX does not publish data that might harm the commercial or strategic interests of PAX, its partners, donors or suppliers. Information about the conditions and repayments of loans, investments and guarantees is part of this exclusion and will therefore not be published by PAX. Legal/Contractual PAX does not publish data if we do not have the right to publish the data. PAX will not publish the data if PAX does not hold the copyright on particular information or if contractual agreements with back donors or partner organizations impede PAX’s right to publish the data. History PAX publishes all project data of projects started after 01-01-2016 or ongoing projects with new commitments of more than EUR 25,000 in 2016. Social impact PAX does not publish data that possibly harms the social impact of PAX in general or the related project in particular. Openness and transparency about the exclusion policy PAX is transparent about the exclusion policy that PAX applies to its published IATI compliant data set. This policy is therefore published on the publicly accessible website of PAX: www.paxvoorvrede.nl. Published activities PAX will report all its projects as separate activities mentioning an activity identifier. However, other information might not be included if one or more categories that are mentioned in this exclusion policy apply. Data Quality PAX values the quality and consistency of its open data. Therefore PAX publishes only project data that meet the minimum requirements. The data quality concerning e.g. reliability will be assessed by program officers. Data that does not meet the minimum requirements will be excluded. 3. Decision-making on excluding data PAX has the right to exclude data. Information will be disclosed unless a project officer decides otherwise. The responsibility for excluding information is at the level where the information can be assessed in detail. It is possible to exclude a particular project, specific information fields of the IATI standard and/or specific documents from disclosure in the project administration. 4. Review of exclusion policy and quality of data On a quarterly basis the planning, monitoring and evaluation department of PAX will review all data excluded from disclosure. It will be reviewed whether data are rightly excluded and if the exclusion policy is still valid. The exclusion policy will be reviewed and if necessary adjusted on an annual basis.

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User Interface

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User Interface Website

https://www.paxforpeace.nl