Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

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27 January 2015

Oxfam official says advocates for transparency in extractives sector increasingly threatened

Author: Titus Gwemende (Oxfam’s Southern Africa Program Advisor on Extractive Industries), in Oxfam America

"The dark side of celebrated mineral deposits in Africa: Rising risk for activists"...

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16 January 2015

Philippines: Oil & gas players show support for first EITI country report & call for increased transparency, accountability

Author: Philippine Star

“Transparency, accountability urged in extractive industries”, 14 January 2015...

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4 January 2015
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26 December 2014
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Le secteur des industries extractives a enregistré un revenu de 511,564 milliards FCFA, en 2012. Mais seulement 353,521 milliards FCFA ont été affectés au budget national. A savoir Petroci (201,498 milliards FCFA), Ci-Energie (91,639 milliards FCFA),...

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26 December 2014

Myanmar: Renewed violence in Letpadaung mine leaves 1 dead, dozens injured

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23 December 2014
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Author: Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (Sénégal)

Sénégal mines - Thiès: les acteurs des industries extractives invités à la transparence, 23 décembre 2014...

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18 December 2014
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Author: Alejandro González, PODER (México)

“Evaluando el impacto de proyectos de inversión en derechos humanos. Antecedentes, buenas prácticas y áreas de mejora” – 1 de octubre de 2014...

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15 December 2014

"Indigenous Peoples and the Extractive Sector: Towards a Rights-Respecting Engagement"

Author: Cathal M. Doyle & Andrew Whitmore for Tebtebba, PIPLinks & Middlesex University

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9 December 2014
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6 December 2014

NGOs meet to discuss Ghana's Extractives Industry Transparency Initiative draft bill

Author: Pat Aboagyewaa, SpyGhana

‘Civil Society Activists Meet On GHEITI Draft Bill’, 6 Dec 2014: The primary purpose of this Bill is to provide a legal framework and...enhance transparency and accountability in relation to governance of the natural resources sector of the economy.....

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