The EITI’s flagship Global Conference will gather more than 1,000 stakeholders to take stock of progress in publishing and using open data to inform decision-making, analysis and public debate on accountable natural resource management. Marking the EITI’s 20th anniversary, the conference will celebrate achievements in natural resource transparency and multi-stakeholder dialogue, while also looking to the future to consider how the EITI should adapt to a changing energy landscape and growing demand for an open and accountable resource sector.
We invite stakeholders from across the globe to join us in forging a collective and inclusive vision for transparency for the next decades.
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An inclusive global forum on transparency and good governance of the natural resource sector
Learn from more than 30 sessions on the latest innovations and trends in extractives governance.
Hear insights from experts in government, industry, civil society, academia and more.
Transparency in transition
The extractive and energy sectors are evolving rapidly to meet the needs of a world in transition. Shifting trends in demand are reshaping these industries, creating a volatile environment for established and emerging producers alike. Access to clean and affordable energy remains one of the most pressing priorities for governments, yet the energy transition will only be truly transformational if it also results in better energy access and economic opportunities for all.
Founded on the belief that a country’s natural resources belong to its citizens, the EITI was established with the vision that strengthened transparency of natural resource revenues can reduce corruption, help to transform economies, and raise the living standards of citizens in resource-rich countries.
Twenty years on, the ninth EITI Global Conference will gather stakeholders from around the world under the theme “Transparency in transition” with a view to continue to build on the gains achieved in transparency in the evolving context of the energy transition.
H.E. Mr Macky Sall
President of the Republic of Senegal
Rt Hon. Helen Clark
Chair of the Board, EITI
General Counsel and Director of the IMF Legal Department, IMF
Coordinator on Global Anti-Corruption, U.S. Department of State
President and CEO, Natural Resource Governance Institute
Founder, Transparency International
Shannon N. Green
Assistant to the Administrator, USAID Bureau for Democracy, Human Rights and Governance
Abdoulaye Mar Dieye
Special Coordinator for development in the Sahel, UN
CEO of Bulk Commodities, Anglo American
Strategy Lead, B Team
International Program Director, Natural Resources and Climate Change, Ford Foundation
Prof. Kevin Chika Urama
Chief Economist/Vice President for Economic Governance & Knowledge Management, African Development Bank Group