This report was created by Nigeria EITI (NEITI) in 2017 to assess how timely and how comprehensive companies reported for NEITI's 2015 EITI Report. It includes a ranking framework and methodology used to assess which companies and government agencies were most effective in sharing data with NEITI.
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On behalf of the MSG, the Ministry of Planning and Finance now invite a competent consultant (firm) to provide the following services.
The consulting services (“the Services”) include but not limited to the following:
Development of a Beneficial Ownership Work Plan including clear definition of institutional and implementation arrangements.Development a Beneficial Ownership Communications and Capacity Development PlanDesign and Implementation of Pilot Data Gathering Project on Beneficial Ownership
Review by CIVICUS on civil society space in countries where the EITI is being implemented. Link to report on CIVICUS page
People’s rights to organise, speak out and take action are being extensively violated in a large number of member countries of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). The CIVICUS Monitor, a new online tool to track and compare civic freedoms on a global scale, shows that the space for civil society - civic space - is currently seriously restricted in 38 of 51 EITI countries, as of May 2017.
Requirements 7.1.b, 7.1.c, 7.2.c, 7.2.d, and 5.1.b
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IntroductionRequirements covering open dataStep 1 - Review the accessibility of EITI dataStep 2 – Review national policies and international best practice on open dataStep 3 – Consider options for the policy on access, release and re-use of EITI data.Step 4 – Document the MSG’s policy on access,
This presentation provides an introduction of the collaboration between IMF Statistics Department and EITI Internationals Secretariat.
It highlights some specific areas of collaboration, introducing statistical tools for compiling statistics on extractive sector data, specifically on government revenues and national accounts information.
The presentation was developed jointly by Claudia Dziobek, (IMF Real Sector Division) and Jürgen Reitmaier (EITI International Secretariat).
Guyana's candidature application, received by the EITI Secretariat on 18 August 2017.
Application formCover letter by Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael G.C. TrotmanLaunch of the multi-stakeholder groupWork planTerms of reference of the multi-stakeholder group
Guidance note 7 - Requirement 2.4
Please note that this guidance note was updated in September 2017, only EN and FR versions of the updated guidance note are currently available.
Contracts, licenses and associated agreements are crucial parts of the legal framework which establish many of the commitments between government and companies in the extractive industries.
The EITI’s beneficial ownership pilot and subsequent requirements for mandatory disclosure, as well as the Panama Leaks and global attention on beneficial ownership transparency, have resulted in an increasing number of EITI countries attempting to disclose beneficial ownership through their EITI Reports. The EITI reporting process can be a practical way to obtain beneficial ownership data from companies, especially in countries where such data is not already collected through other means. At the same time,
Request for expressions of interest: Independent Administrator for the 2015-2016 Sierra Leone EITI Report
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The Extractive Industries Technical Assistance Project 2 (EITAP2) in the Ministry of Mines and Mineral Resources (MMMR) has received funds from IDA (the World Bank) to support the SLEITI office in Sierra Leone to meet its International obligations. EITAP 2 therefore intends to use part of the IDA proceeds to secure the services of an Independent Administrator for the 2015-2016 EITI Report.