sharing in governance of extractive industries
Due to a resignation, the civil society constituency on the international Board of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is launching a call for applications to find a new alternate Board member. The successful candidate will become an alternate Board member to Daniel Kaufmann, Executive Director of the Natural Resource Governance Institute, until the end of the current Board term in 2019.
Eligible candidates and in particular women are encouraged to apply before…Continue
*Please note: the deadline has been extended to the 3rd of March 2017*
The EITI is a multi-stakeholder initiative made up of three constituencies: civil society, extractive companies and governments. Each constituency is equally involved in the decision making process of the EITI, both at the international level through the Board and at the national level through multi-stakeholder groups. On the international Board, civil society has five seats who are currently filled by five…Continue
The Selection Criteria and Process of Civil Society Representatives to the EITI International Board
The Board of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is comprised of representatives from each Constituency engaged in the EITI – governments of supporting and implementing countries, extractive companies and investors, and civil…Continue
Far from the buoyant football stadiums hosting the Africa Cup of Nations, civil society groups gathered in Equatorial Guinea’s main cities, Malabo and Bata, to elect their representatives to the local EITI decision making body. PWYP was present during those unprecedented elections and reports back.
The morning was long – and sweaty. The civil society activists that gathered that Saturday to elect their representatives had the privilege of being hosted by the Delegation of the Ministry…Continue