A global forum convening world leaders to discuss governance of natural resources
The 6th EITI Global Conference is at an end. The new EITI Standard was agreed and launched, ensuring more transparency in the years ahead. It focused on how transparency and the EITI is leading to change in the 39 implementing countries. This video, produced by the EITI Secretariat, draws from the many videos that countries have produced.
5 June: Photos are now available at EITI's Flickr page. Video and audio from the conference will be available later this week.
24 May: Conference ends: Around 1200 participants from 96 countries,100 speakers
24 May: Papua New Guinea reaffirms commitment to the EITI
23 May: Tim Vickery blogs from the first day of the conference
23 May: The winners of the 2013 EITI Awards were announced: Nigeria, Togo and Sonny Mulenga from Zambia
22 May: France and United Kingdom commit to global transparency standard
22 May: New EITI Standard approved. Read about the changes in this blog post
22 May: The EITI 2013 Progress Report was launched
22 May: See all the activity on social media
22 May: Togo declared EITI Compliant
22 May: Honduras accepted as EITI Candidate
22 May: Côte d’Ivoire accepted as 'EITI Compliant'
22 May: The Philippines accepted as 'EITI Candidate'
21 May: Diarmid O'Sullivan blogs about "what's the point of transparency?"
16 May: Programme updated to reflect latest changes
15 May: Johnny West blogs about beneficial ownership
13 May: EITI Chair welcomes African Progress Panel report on extractives
10 May: EITI Head Jonas Moberg blogs about 'Charting the next steps for transparency in extractives'
The EITI National Expo
The EITI National Expo took place alongside the Global Conference. Representatives from EITI implementing countries showcased their activities and achievements, including EITI Reports, videos, brochures, posters and other materials that are being used to inform and engage citizens.