Beyond Governments

Published Date: 
June, 2015
Publisher: 
Greenleaf Publishing

Making Collective Governance Work – Lessons from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.

A New Accountability Agenda: Human Rights and the EITI

Published Date: 
July, 2013
Publisher: 
Human Rights Watch (HRW)

This Human Rights Watch report argues for incorporating human rights requirements more fully into the EITI Standard. It contends that fundamental freedoms need to be respected for the EITI to achieve its ultimate goal of strengthening governance in oil, gas and mining sectors. The report includes case studies from five countries [Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Myanmar, Ethiopia and Equatorial Guinea] and warns that in repressive environments, transparency can be little more than an empty gesture and even be counter-productive.

Logros y opciones estratégicas: Evaluación de la Iniciativa para la Transparencia de las Industrias Extractivas

Published Date: 
April, 2011
Publisher: 
Scanteam

Este es el informe final de la evaluación del EITI que fue comisionado por el Consejo EITI y llevado a cabo desde octubre 2010 a mayo 2011 por Scanteam. Scanteam fue electo a llevar a cabo la evaluación a través del  proceso de licitación

El propósito y objetivo general de la evaluación es documentar, analizar y asesorar la relevancia y efectividad del EITI, donde los objetivos del EITI son fortalecer la transparencia de los ingresos de recursos naturales reconociendo que esto “puede reducir corrupción,

Bridging the gap: Recommendations on the transition to systematic transparency of extractives data

Published Date: 
February, 2020
Publisher: 
EITI Secretariat

[English] [French]

This expert report, authored by independent consultant Anwar Ravat, was originally commissioned to review the data assurance procedures used in EITI implementing countries and their cost, and to determine whether the use of Independent Administrators (AIs) safeguards the reporting of comprehensive and reliable data.

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Has the EITI been successful?

Published Date: 
December, 2017
Publisher: 
Chr. Michelsen Institute

Many efforts have been devoted to improving resource governance through the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. A review of 50 evaluations concludes that the EITI has succeeded in diffusingthe norm of transparency, establishing the EITI standard, and institutionalizing transparency practices. 

ByPäivi Lujala,Siri Aas Rustad and Philippe Le Billon 

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NGOs as innovators in extractive industry governance. Insights from the EITI process in Colombia and Peru

Published Date: 
December, 2019
Publisher: 
Elsevier: The Extractive Industries and Society

This paper explores NGO participation within the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), a multi-stakeholder governance arrangement focused on generating greater transparency in the governance of extractive industries, and in particular in fiscal arrangements around mining, oil and gas operations. Using the cases of Peru and Colombia, we examine what motivates NGO participation in EITI, how NGOs have pursued innovations within EITI, the extent to which they have succeeded in achieving their goals, and the factors limiting or shaping their achievements.

Rapport d'étude: Validation des pays de mise en oeuvre de la Norme ITIE 2016 en Afrique Francophone

Published Date: 
October, 2019

La présente étude, préparé par M. Michel Bissou, offre un outil complémentaire aux initiatives déjà en cours en matière d’évaluation de l’impact de la mise en œuvre de l’ITIE. Il s’est agi en effet, à travers le calcul d’Indices de conformité à la Norme ITIE (ou Indices ITIE), d’apprécier, d’une part le bilan et les enjeux des premières Validations sur la mise en œuvre de la Norme ITIE 2016 en Afrique Francophone, d’autre part, d’entrevoir les perspectives de la mise en œuvre de la Norme ITIE 2019.

Extractive Industries - The Management of Resources as a Driver of Sustainable Development

Published Date: 
May, 2018
Publisher: 
United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER)

Edited by Tony Addison and Alan Roe

Brings together contributions from experts in the field from a wide variety of backgrounds to provide an authoritative view on each topic

Covers the economic dimensions of extractives and development, as well as their social and environmental impacts

Offers realistic recommendations to improve the extractives sector role in development

Delivers an objective and balanced steer on a variety of often contentious issues

Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives and the Media

Published Date: 
April, 2018
Publisher: 
United States Agency for International Development

Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives (MSIs) are voluntary partnerships between governments, civil society, and the private sector which seek to promote good governance by holding governments and corporations accountable to citizens. Although MSIs conduct a great deal of research on transparency and good governance and have produced volumes of reports – some of which are critical of governments – they tend to be known mainly to a few stakeholders and devotees. The public is largely unfamiliar with them. Consequently, the public does not believe that MSIs have achieved much real-world impact.

Peer Pressure and Peer Learning in Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives

Published Date: 
September, 2018
Publisher: 
United States Agency for International Development

This report examines three prominent Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives (MSIs) – the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and Open Government Partnership (OGP) through the dual lenses of peer learning and peer pressure. The term “peers” implies a degree of equality between the participating parties. Peer review is defined as examinations that are systematic in their nature, of a state by another state(s), specifically designated institutions or a combination of the two. In MSIs, peer reviews are premised on mutual trust, non-confrontation,

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