The International Secretariat and EITI's supporters have developed a range of guidance documents on how to implement and support implementation of the EITI. EITI is not responsible for nor endorses the content of any document available here that is not produced by the EITI.

Guidance to implementing countries
Guidance to civil society
Guidance to companies
Research about the EITI
Governance of the EITI 

The report marks the first time that companies in a sector have collaborated to facilitate scrutiny of their combined contribution to the economies of the countries where they work.
This is an EITI Good Practice Note on the types of communications activities that can be undertaken by EITI implementing countries. In an effort to help countries implementing the EITI be
The EITI London Conference 2005 established an international advisory group (IAG) to guide the further work of the International EITI Secretariat on defining and refining proposals on the future o
This publication has been replaced by the EITI Standard.
Non-extractive companies can support the EITI at the international level.
This is the report of the 2010
This publication by the World Bank is now replaced by the EITI Handbook.
The EITI Fact Sheet is a concise four-page introduction to the
Countries that wish to implement the EITI are invited to apply for EITI Candidature.
Legislators can play several critical roles in making sure EITI is established and works effectively, and this guide shows how. Its first objective is to introduce the EITI process.
The EITI Fact Sheet is a concise four-page introduction to the
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