Since the launch of the EITI, 22 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America have joined the initiative. As the number of EITI stakeholders increases, the need for capacity-building grows. Requests for training are being received from both government and civil society representatives in many implementing countries. At the same time, there is a growing body of experience and best practice, and the moment is right to share it among EITI stakeholders.
This international seminar on Energy and Democracy is organised by the Fundación para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Diálogo Exterior (FRIDE), with the support of German Marshall Fund of the United States
For questions about the seminar, contact Edward Burke at FRIDE .
The fifth meeting for the EITI Internaional Board will be held in Madrid on Tuesday 27 May.
The second EITI Roundtable meeting of supporting NGOs and development agencies. The meeting aims to ensure better coordination of revenue transparency activities amongst international agencies.
If you have questions about the meeting, please contact Eddie Rich at the EITI International Scretariat.
Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) is hosting an EITI outreach event in Kinshasa March 31, 2008 for government, civil society and industry with Revenue Watch Insitute (RWI) support.
For more informaton about this event, contact Julie McCarthy at Revenue Watch Insitute.
25 March, Revenue Wach Institute (RWI), PACT-Cambodia & Oxfam America are arranging workshop for CSOs in Cambodia to better understand the oil & gas industry broadly & contracts specifically.
26-28 March, UNDP Cambodia is hosting large workshop to expose Cambodian government officials to international best-practices for resource management.
For more information about these event, contact RWI.
For more information about this event, contact Revenue Watch Institute.