ITIE Tadjikistan: conférence nationale

Le secrétariat de l'ITIE Tadjikistan à Douchanbé organise sa première conférence nationale de l'ITIE où sera présenté le premier Rapport ITIE du pays portant sur l'exercice 2014. Les participants attendus viennent d'Azerbaïdjan, du Kazakhstan, de la République kirghize et d'Ukraine.

Pour en savoir plus sur cet événement, merci de contacter Nisso Rasulova au secrétariat national de l'ITIE Tadjikistan. 

Intégrer la transparence aux secteurs pétrolier, gazier et minier en Afrique

C'est un défi de taille que de parvenir à une gestion ouverte et responsable des ressources naturelles en Afrique. Ce débat public examine la meilleure façon de parvenir à une transparence des revenus et de la gouvernance ainsi qu'à un meilleur dialogue entre les gouvernements, les producteurs industriels, les négociants et la société civile.

Webinaire en anglais de la CoP ITIE Stratégies de communication

Stratégies de Communication ITIE et gestion des réseaux sociaux, webinaire en anglaisMercredi 30 septembre 2015, 7h00 heure de Washington DC

Introduction: Gisela Granado, responsable pays, Secrétariat international de l'ITIE

Intervenants:Dr. Orji Ogbonnaya, Directeur communication, ITIE NigeriaKelly Alderson, Responsable communication, groupe de la Banque mondiale  

Webinar: How can EITI promote open data?

Consultation: How can EITI promote open data?Tuesday, September 1, 2015 - 9:00 AM Washington DC Time

Introduction: Sam Bartlett, Technical Director, EITI International SecretariatDiscussants: World Bank Group, To be confirmedModerator: Anders Kråkenes, EITI International Secretariat

About the webinar:The EITI invites stakeholders to comment on how the EITI should promote open data through implementation of the EITI Standard. Join this webinar to have your say.

EITI Training: Regional workshop for EITI Implementing Countries in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Middle East and North Africa

The workshop will bring together stakeholders from Albania, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Ukraine, together with representatives from a number of supporting organisations. The purpose of the three-day meeting is to strengthen peer learning and have in-depth discussions on technical aspects of the EITI Standard, linking the EITI to national priorities and generating impact.

The participation to this event is by invitation. 

EITI Community of Practice (CoP) Webinar: EITI Validation Consultation

Webinar: Consultation on how the EITI assesses country progress (EITI Validation)

Tuesday, 11 August 2015,  9:00 - 10:00 AM  - Washington DC Time

Moderator: Jonas Moberg, Head, EITI International Secretariat

Speaker: Dyveke Rogan, Policy Director, EITI International Secretariat

Validation is intended to provide all stakeholders with an impartial assessment of whether EITI implementation in a country is consistent with the Requirements of the EITI Standard.

EITI Training: Regional Workshop for EITI Implementing Countries in Anglophone and Lusophone Africa

National Coordinators and Communication Officers from Ethiopia, Ghana, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Sao Tome & Principe, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Zambia, are invited to participate. The purpose of the three-day meeting is to strengthen peer learning and have in-depth discussions on technical aspects of the EITI Standard, linking the EITI to national priorities and generating impact.

The participation to this event is by invitation. 

The 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC)

The 16th IACC will take place in Putrajaya, Malaysia, from the 2nd – 4th September 2015. The Conference will be jointly hosted with the Government of Malaysia, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), and the Malaysian Society for Transparency and Integrity (TI Malaysia). The theme of the conference is Ending Impunity: People. Integrity. Action. 

"Unlocking EITI Data for Meaningful Reforms"

Wednesday, 29 July 2015 - at 9:00 AM Washington DC Time

Speaker: Marie Lintzer (Natural Resource Governance Institute)

Discussants: Anders Kråkenes (EITI International Secretariat) and Andrew Brian Schloeffel (World Bank Group)

Facilitator: Nima Fallah (World Bank Group)

While the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) has successfully increased transparency in the extractive sector over the last ten years,

Responsible Extractives Summit 2015

The 6th Annual Responsible Extractives Summit a CSR forum for the mining, oil and gas industry. The conference brings together more than 200 high level executives to debate and solve the key issues around sustainability and social performance in extractives.

Deputy Head of the EITI Secretariat will be represented on one of the panels during the Summit:

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