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Jessie Cato
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EXTRACTING THE DATA: Case studies using the data in Australia, South Africa and Zimbabwe at Central 2 DoubleTree Hotel Cape Town

February 6, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8pm
PWYP Australia and PWYP South Africa invite you to their side event at the Alternative Mining Indaba 'Extracting the Data: Case studies using the data in Australia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.' PWYP Australia, PWYP South Africa and PWYP Zimbabwe/ZELA are participants in the the PWYP Data Extractors Programme. The PWYP Data Extractors Programme is a global initiative which trains participants to uncover and make sense of extractives data. It creates anetwork of activists who can in turn share…See More
Jan 30
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Launch of new report by PWYP Australia 'Abundant Resources, Absent Data: Measuring the Openness of Australian Mining, Oil and Gas Companies on the African Continent'

http://www.publishwhatyoupay.org/pwyp-resources/abundant-resources-absent-data/PWYP Australia is launching it's new report ‘Abundant Resources, Absent Data: Measuring the Openness of Australian Listed Mining, Oil and Gas Companies on the African Continent.’ Australian companies have a long history in extractives, particularly in the mining sector, both domestically and abroad.  Australia’s global…See More
Oct 2, 2017
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Launch of new report by PWYP Australia 'Abundant Resources, Absent Data: Measuring the Openness of Australian Mining, Oil and Gas Companies on the African Continent'

http://www.publishwhatyoupay.org/pwyp-resources/abundant-resources-absent-data/PWYP Australia is launching it's new report ‘Abundant Resources, Absent Data: Measuring the Openness of Australian Listed Mining, Oil and Gas Companies on the African Continent.’ Australian companies have a long history in extractives, particularly in the mining sector, both domestically and abroad.  Australia’s global…See More
Sep 6, 2017
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Undermining our rights: the hidden cost of mining here and in Africa at Perth, Western Australia

September 6, 2017 from 6pm to 8pm
Australia has the biggest presence of mining companies in Africa, and women’s and people’s movements are increasingly standing up to the human rights abuses created by the extractives industry.Join community representatives from Africa and WA affected by the Australian mining industry for a discussion of what we can do to build solidarity and support between our movements.…See More
Sep 6, 2017
Jessie Cato favorited Nina Collins's blog post Oxfam Australia's Mining Symposium Communiqué and updated Gender Impact Assessment
Jul 27, 2017
Jessie Cato favorited Claire Woodside's blog post Launch of PWYP-Canada's New Report: Many Ways to Lose a Billion: How Governments Fail to Secure a Fair Share of Natural Resource Wealth
Jul 14, 2017
A blog post by Jessie Cato was featured
Jul 10, 2017
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Jul 4, 2017
Jessie Cato and Environmental Governance COP are now friends
May 31, 2017
Jessie Cato posted a blog post

Opening Australia’s extractive data for development

This article first appeared on DEVPOLICY Blog May 18 2017 http://devpolicy.org/opening-australias-extractive-data-development-20170518/Tracking Australian mining, oil and gas companies around the world is challenging. Australia has one of the largest global footprints of extractives companies operating abroad. Research by Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Australia and ESG research house CAER in September 2016…See More
May 30, 2017
Jessie Cato and Aboubacar Traore are now friends
Oct 12, 2016
Jessie Cato favorited Johanna Jagnow's blog post New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources
Aug 5, 2016
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EITI information session for Australian Civil Society at Australia

July 21, 2016 from 3:30pm to 5pm
just prior to entering Caretaker the Australian Government announced its intention to proceed with implementation of the Extractives Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI). Now that the election has passed, and as we slowly form Government and policy work in Canberra begins again, the implementation of the EITI should be proceeding fairly soon. To help Civil Society understand EITI in Australia, Transparency International Australia and PWYP Australia have decided to hold an information session…See More
Jul 15, 2016
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Aid Cuts Hurt Transparency

This blog piece is by Jessie Cato, National Coordinator - PWYP Australia and was originally posted on the Australian Council For International Development (ACFID) Website on 26 May (https://acfid.asn.au/blog-post/aid-cuts-hurt-transparency) On May 6th 2016, just before the Turnbull Government entered caretaker mode, it announced Australia would implement the Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). The move…See More
May 27, 2016
Publish What You Pay favorited Jessie Cato's blog post Australia to move ahead with implementation of the EITI standard
May 24, 2016
Jessie Cato posted a blog post

Australia to move ahead with implementation of the EITI standard

Since becoming PWYP Australia’s National Coordinator almost a year ago, I have been frequently been asked ‘What on earth is happening in Australia?’ It’s a fair question for many of my overseas colleagues; in fact it’s a question that has been echoed by many Australians. In just five years we’ve had four Prime Ministers, numerous ministerial reshuffles, and a policy agenda that at best could be described as ‘variable.’ So it is with great pleasure that I can write this post as it’s has been a…See More
May 18, 2016

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Publish What You Pay Australia
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Civil Society Organisation
Website
http://pwypaustralia.org
Job Title
National Coordinator
About My Work
A coalition of Australian civil society organisations working with the global network to campaign for transparency and accountability in the mining, oil and gas industries
Areas of interest
governance and anti-corruption, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development

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Launch of new report by PWYP Australia 'Abundant Resources, Absent Data: Measuring the Openness of Australian Mining, Oil and Gas Companies on the African Continent'

Posted on September 6, 2017 at 7:49 0 Comments

http://www.publishwhatyoupay.org/pwyp-resources/abundant-resources-absent-data/

PWYP Australia is launching it's new report ‘Abundant Resources, Absent Data: Measuring the Openness of Australian Listed Mining, Oil and Gas Companies on the African Continent.’ 

Australian companies have a long history in extractives,…

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Opening Australia’s extractive data for development

Posted on May 30, 2017 at 1:28 0 Comments

This article first appeared on DEVPOLICY Blog May 18 2017 

http://devpolicy.org/opening-australias-extractive-data-development-20170518/

Tracking Australian mining, oil and gas companies around the world is challenging. Australia has one of the largest global footprints of extractives companies operating abroad. Research by Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Australia and ESG research…

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Aid Cuts Hurt Transparency

Posted on May 27, 2016 at 0:55 0 Comments

This blog piece is by Jessie Cato, National Coordinator - PWYP Australia and was originally posted on the Australian Council For International Development (ACFID) Website on 26 May (https://acfid.asn.au/blog-post/aid-cuts-hurt-transparency

On May 6th 2016, just before the Turnbull Government entered caretaker mode, it announced Australia would implement the Extractives Industries…

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