L'ITIE Madagascar a publié un guide pour aider les parlementaires à faire le suivi du secteur extractif à travers le processus ITIE. Les législateurs peuvent aider à garantir que le gouvernment adhère à l'ITIE, que le processus respecte les critères et principes de l'ITIE, qu'il est adapté aux besoins spécifiques du pays et qu'il est bien géré, suivi et communiqué à la population malgache.
Ce rapport présente les principaux thèmes abordés lors de la formation du Groupe multipartite de l'ITIE Madagascar qui s'est tenue du 2 au 6 juillet 2018. Cette formation a été financée par le Projet d'Appui à la Gouvernance Institutionnelle. It focused on results from Madagascar's 2018 Validation and how to improve disclosures under all seven Requirements of the 2016 EITI Standard.
Ukraine’s national parliament passed the widely-backed Law 2545-VIII ‘On ensuring transparency in extractive industries’ on 18 September 2018. The new legislation sets out legal principles for the collection, disclosure and dissemination of data on Ukraine’s extractive industries. It is hailed by campaigners as a milestone on the road to transparency and accountability in the country’s oil, gas and mining sector.
Held on the occasion of the EITI Africa beneficial ownership conference at the King Fahd convention centre, Dakar, Senegal, 31 October 2018.
Your Excellency, President Macky Sall,Your Excellency, Prime Minister Reinfeldt,Your Excellencies, Members of the Diplomatic and Consular Corps,Ministers of the Governments,Honourable Members of the National Assembly,Distinguished Heads and Representatives of International Development Partners,Representatives of Companies,Members of Civil Society Organizations,Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen:
Opening address by His Excellency Mr Macky Sall, President of the Republic of Senegal, at the Africa Conference on Beneficial Ownership Transparency: Opening Up Ownership: Africa - Harnessing the potential of the extractive sector
Held in Dakar, Senegal, at King Fahd Palace, 31 October 2018.
Your Excellencies, Heads of State,Mr Chair of the EITI International Board,Mr President of the National Assembly,Prime Minister,Mr Chair of the High Council of Local Authorities,Madam Chair of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council,Ministers,Minister,
Handbook for using extractive companies’ revenue disclosures to analyse revenue flows on project level.
The handbook "Finding the missing millions" from Global Witness and Resources for Development Consulting is designed to help you analyse payment data on project-level and identify potential losses in government revenue.
The purpose of this publication is: a) to demonstrate the value of transparency by using the payment data produced under the Accounting Directive to carry out analyses of extractive sector projects; and b) to showcase how this data can be used to both strengthen accountability mechanisms and to improve the prospects that resource-rich governments secure a fair share of wealth from natural resources. This report also identifies shortcomings in company reporting against the existing regulations and shortcomings in the regulations themselves.
Christian Fredrik Michelet, the EITI’s legal counsel, held this presentation on legal aspects related to the EITI grievance mechanism at the 40th Board meeting, 29 June 2018, in Berlin, Germany.
This study provides the contextual information on small-scale metallic mining that was included in the second Philippine Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Country Report in December 2015. It particularly focuses on the legal and regulatory framework and the revenue streams as well as the general state of small-scale mining operations of gold, silver and chromite in the Philippines. The report also provides recommendations to the Philippine EITI Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) on how to approach the reporting of payments from this sector,
The EITI Chair Fredrik Reinfeldt received the below attached letter on 7 February 2018. The EITI Chair Fredrik Reinfeldt issued the below attached statement on May 30 2018.Attached below is the review prepared by the EITI International Secretariat’s legal counsel.
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