Achievements and Strategic Options: Evaluation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

Published Date: 
April, 2011
Publisher: 
Scanteam

This is the final report from the evaluation of the EITI that was comissioned by the EITI Board and conducted October 2010 to May 2011 by Scanteam. Scanteam was chosen to undertake the evaluation following an open tender

The purpose and overall aim of this evaluation was to document, analyse and assess the relevance and effectiveness of the EITI, where EITI’s objectives are to strengthen transparency of natural resource revenues recognising that this “can reduce corruption, and that the revenue from extractive industries can transform economies, reduce poverty,

Review of International Governance and Oversight of the EITI

Review of International Governance and Oversight of the EITI

Published Date: 
September, 2015
Publisher: 
Scanteam

Authors: Sefton Darby, Edward Bickham, Frenky Simanjuntak, Negbalee Warner

Multi-stakeholder processes are by definition loud, difficult, and argumentative creatures. They require constant attention to relationships, formal and informal. They are in part defined by the tension that exists between the governments, civil society organisations and companies that sit at their core. They only work when the relevant constituencies are clear about the areas where they share sufficient common ground to create a framework for progress and when sufficient trust has been built to facilitate a w