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Miles Litvinoff
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Miles Litvinoff's Discussions

UK anti-corruption law for oil, gas and mining companies enters into force

Started this discussion. Last reply by Antipas Massawe Dec 1, 2014. 1 Reply

Publish What You Pay coalition commends UK government for honouring transparency pledgeThe UK’s Reports on Payments to…Continue

Tags: Pay, mandatory, reporting, You, What

Forest peoples demand their rights be made central to global efforts to curb deforestation

Started Mar 21, 2014 0 Replies

Tropical deforestation and violation of forest peoples' rights resulting from oil, gas and minerals extraction was one of several major focal points at an intercontinental gathering on…Continue

Tags: Deforestation, rights, Human, Forests

 

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Miles Litvinoff favorited Paul Ogwu's blog post Paradise Papers, Offshore Leaks, and the Bleeding Financial World
Wednesday
Jovitha favorited Miles Litvinoff's blog post Transparency champions and PWYP call on UK to maintain oil and mining disclosure momentum
Monday
Publish What You Pay favorited Miles Litvinoff's blog post Transparency champions and PWYP call on UK to maintain oil and mining disclosure momentum
Nov 30
Miles Litvinoff posted a blog post

Transparency champions and PWYP call on UK to maintain oil and mining disclosure momentum

Leading advocates of country-by-country payments to governments reporting by oil, gas and mining companies have joined Publish What You Pay (PWYP) UK in calling on the United Kingdom government to continue to lead the global push for greater transparency in the extractive industries as part of the fight against corruption and for citizen empowerment in resource-rich countries.Open Society Foundations founder George Soros, …See More
Nov 23
Miles Litvinoff posted a blog post

Time for London’s Alternative Investment Market to embrace extractives transparency

The London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) Alternative Investment Market (AIM) was launched in 1995 for smaller and growing international companies looking to raise capital for expansion. AIM describes itself as “the most successful growth market in the world”. The UK government has sung its…See More
Sep 11
A blog post by Miles Litvinoff was featured

Extractive companies publish worldwide payments under UK law

Mandatory reporting by oil, gas and mining companies under European Union country-by-country disclosure laws began in the UK and France in 2016. Key aspects of the reporting requirements – which have equivalents in Norway, Canada and the USA – are especially useful in preventing corruption: granularity (disaggregation by project and by recipient government…See More
Jan 14
Miles Litvinoff posted a blog post

Extractive companies publish worldwide payments under UK law

Mandatory reporting by oil, gas and mining companies under European Union country-by-country disclosure laws began in the UK and France in 2016. Key aspects of the reporting requirements – which have equivalents in Norway, Canada and the USA – are especially useful in preventing corruption: granularity (disaggregation by project and by recipient government…See More
Jan 3
Colin Tinto favorited Miles Litvinoff's blog post The UK publishes its first EITI report
May 10, 2016
Stephen Yeboah favorited Miles Litvinoff's blog post The UK publishes its first EITI report
May 9, 2016
Emma Wilson favorited Miles Litvinoff's blog post The UK publishes its first EITI report
Apr 25, 2016
A blog post by Miles Litvinoff was featured

The UK publishes its first EITI report

On 15 April the United Kingdom published its first Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) report, after being an EITI candidate country since 2014. The report provides, for the first time, and for calendar year 2014, a detailed public breakdown of taxes, licence fees and other payments made to the UK government by 71 named oil, gas, mining and quarrying…See More
Apr 18, 2016
Miles Litvinoff posted a blog post

The UK publishes its first EITI report

On 15 April the United Kingdom published its first Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) report, after being an EITI candidate country since 2014. The report provides, for the first time, and for calendar year 2014, a detailed public breakdown of taxes, licence fees and other payments made to the UK government by 71 named oil, gas, mining and quarrying…See More
Apr 18, 2016
Lisa Sachs and Miles Litvinoff are now friends
Jun 15, 2015
Miles Litvinoff commented on David Mihalyi's blog post 'The Miracle That Became a Debacle: Iron Ore in Sierra Leone'
"African Minerals and Frank Timis indeed appear to have been an unfortunate choice by the Sierra Leone government. For more about both, see case study 3.3 in London Mining Network's 2012 report UK-Listed Mining Companies & the Case…"
Apr 20, 2015
Audrey Cash favorited Miles Litvinoff's discussion UK anti-corruption law for oil, gas and mining companies enters into force
Dec 21, 2014
Florence Kyalimpa favorited Miles Litvinoff's discussion UK anti-corruption law for oil, gas and mining companies enters into force
Dec 7, 2014

Profile Information

Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
Publish What You Pay
Type of Organisation
Civil Society Organisation
Website
http://www.publishwhatyoupay.org/
Job Title
Consultant / UK Coordinator
About My Work
I coordinate the work of the Publish What You Pay UK coalition and consult for a range of other CSOs working on global justice and sustainability issues.
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, governance and anti-corruption, investing, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
Intererested in job/consulting opportunities
yes

Miles Litvinoff's Blog

Transparency champions and PWYP call on UK to maintain oil and mining disclosure momentum

Posted on November 23, 2017 at 18:00 0 Comments

Leading advocates of country-by-country payments to governments reporting by oil, gas and mining companies have joined Publish What You Pay (PWYP) UK in calling on the United Kingdom government to continue to lead the global push for greater transparency in the extractive industries as part of the fight against corruption and for citizen empowerment in resource-rich countries.

Open Society Foundations founder George Soros, …

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Time for London’s Alternative Investment Market to embrace extractives transparency

Posted on September 11, 2017 at 17:47 0 Comments

The London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) Alternative Investment Market (AIM) was launched in 1995 for smaller and growing international companies looking to raise capital for expansion. AIM describes itself as “the most successful growth market in the world”. The UK government has sung…

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Extractive companies publish worldwide payments under UK law

Posted on January 3, 2017 at 17:30 0 Comments

Mandatory reporting by oil, gas and mining companies under European Union country-by-country disclosure laws began in the UK and France in 2016. Key aspects of the reporting requirements – which have equivalents in Norway, Canada and the USA – are especially useful in preventing corruption: granularity (disaggregation by project and by recipient…

Continue

The UK publishes its first EITI report

Posted on April 18, 2016 at 18:43 0 Comments

On 15 April the United Kingdom published its first Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) report, after being an EITI candidate country since 2014. The report provides, for the first time, and for calendar year 2014, a detailed public breakdown of taxes, licence fees and other payments made to the UK government by 71 named oil, gas, mining and quarrying…

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