sharing in governance of extractive industries
Authored by Mark Robinson
Over the past 12 years, the EITI has grown from an initiative of 12 countries to an established global norm for improving extractives governance worldwide. The 2019 EITI Global Conference’s central theme "Open Data, Build Trust" embodies how we envision this creative international partnership to evolve over the coming decade. Three elements underpin this theme and shape the dynamic and…Continue
Authored by Mark Robinson and Lyydia Kilpi
Building on our common objectives, the synergy between the EITI and the OGP continues to grow.
The EITI and the Open Government Partnership (OGP) are close cousins. Both initiatives aim to improve governance and build trust by opening up data and creating opportunities for citizen participation.
Thirty of the 52 EITI countries are …Continue
Emerging global trends, increasing interconnectivity and rapid digitisation are changing the game for extractives transparency. As the EITI pushes new boundaries, we adopt a refreshed visual identity that reflects our diversity and forward-looking agenda.
The EITI has come…Continue
Authored by Indra Thévoz and Alex Gordy
A will and a way: as Iraq starts its second Validation, it has a chance to lead on systematic transparency.
95% of government revenues in Iraq comes from oil and gas sales. Ensuring the sector is transparent and open is essential for the wider economy and Iraqi society.…Continue