This is the Iraq EITI 2018-2019 work plan, in Arabic (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
Summary to be added at Board decision.
Timeline of Validation and related materials:
8 September 2018: Second Validation commenced.
9 January 2019: International Secretariat sends the draft assessment was sent to the Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) [English
MSG Comments & Validation Committee Review
30 January 2019: The MSG provided comments [English] on the draft assessment. 30 January 2019:
This is the Tajikistan EITI 2018-2019 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
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.
This is the Trinidad and Tobago EITI 2018-2019 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
The EITI Board agreed that Eddie Rich is the Acting Executive Director from 17 August 2018 until a new Executive Director is appointed by the Board. According to Article 16, Articles of Association, the Executive Director (or as previously known, Head of Secretariat) is also the Board Secretary.
Based on: Article 12, Articles of Association
Chad's 2016 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.
Guinea's 2016 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year. The report was publsihed in August 2018 in French.
A Manual on Integrity Due Diligence for Licensing in Extractive Sectors
Cari L. Votava, Jeanne M. Hauch and Francesco Clementucci
Reducing corruption in the extractive sectors is now a high priority of the global development agenda because of the degree to which such corruption can impede economic development and contribute to illicit financial flows (IFFs). This kind of corruption can prove complicated and intractable to eliminate because mitigating corruption in natural resource and extractive sectors requires enhancing transparency and improving the quality and effectivenes