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RAID is an abbreviation of Rights & Accountability in Development. It is a Non-governmental organization, or NGO, based in Oxford, England. It was founded in 1997, with the aim of promoting "a rights-based approach to development".
RAID's work is currently focused on the alleged involvement of the staff of Anvil Mining Limited in a military counter-offensive against insurgents in the town of Kilwa, in the Katanga province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
RAID's past work has included pressing the World Bank to promote fairer investment in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, demanding corporate responsibility through adherence to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Responsibility, and founding the African Advocacy Group to create and train Africa-based NGOs in human rights issues.