MSI Integrity conducts a limited number of evaluations of selected MSIs each year, and produces evaluation reports that include contextual and substantive analysis of MSI Evaluation Tool findings and recommendations for the evaluated MSIs. We conduct these evaluations in an effort to: (i) continually improve the quality, rigor, and practical value of the criteria and methodology; (ii) consistently demonstrate the usefulness of comprehensive assessment for understanding MSIs from a human rights perspective; and (iii) regularly publish information regarding the substantive findings and analysis of evaluated MSIs representing diverse contexts.
MSI Integrity evaluations produce MSI Evaluation Reports. These reports present the MSI Evaluation Tool findings, provide contextual details and analysis regarding the findings of the Evaluation Tool assessment, and offer recommendations to improve the capacity of the evaluated MSI to protect and promote human rights. Reports will involve three parts:
MSI Integrity is currently working on the overview report related to the pilot MSI evaluations conducted in 2012-13, and has requested permission from the governing bodies of the evaluated MSIs to release updated versions of the working draft reports produced in the process of those evaluations as pilot individual MSI reports.
We welcome suggestions for MSIs to consider including for future evaluations. To suggest an MSI for future rounds of evaluations, please fill out the form located here.
Last updated: March 17, 2014