In February 2018 the EITI Board adopted the recommendations in the paper below and decided to encourage implementing countries to move to systematic disclosure. See decision nr 2018-8/BM-39/BP-39-4-A
Jonas Moberg shares his reflections from the meeting held in Abidjan last week.
This consultation is now closed.
EITI stakeholders are organised into the Constituencies of Governments, Companies and Civil Society. Through this consultation, the EITI is interested in learning how the EITI's relationship with its constituencies can be improved.
Comments and submissions welcome by 20 February 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments or questions can also be sent to the following EITI Board members:
The EITI International Secretariat seeks applications from suitably qualified service providers to develop a proposal for a rating scheme for the EITI standard. The EITI sets a global standard for transparency in the extractive industries. It supports improved governance in resource-dependent countries through the verification and full publication of company payments and gover