Cette page fournit la documentation relative aux différentes sessions de l’atelier. Vous y trouverez notamment les Notes d’orientation, les documents décrivant le processus de la Validation, ainsi que les présentations des intervenants des sessions et tout autre support utile.
This exercise was prepared by Anticorruption Action Centre for Workshop 12: How to make use of and analyse beneficial ownership data? of the EITI Conference on Beneficial Ownership Transparency, 24 October 2017.
It was presented by Tetiana Shevchuk, Legal Expert, Anticorruption Action Centre, Ukraine.
More than 50 EITI countries have published their plans for how to disclose the real owners of companies in their extractive sector by January 2020. This includes building an institutional and legal framework, putting in place reporting processes and creating registers to host the BO data. Implementing countries will need substantial advice and political support in turning these commitments into reality. This brief highlights progress made so far by a selection of EITI countries in “opening up ownership”.
The work plan presents all activities EITI Cameroon is planning for the period in question.
Spring 2017 report from DRC civil society monitoring the EITI process, evaluating adherence to the ToR for the MSG, the EITI Standard and making recommendations for improvements.
Report from the DRC civil society monitoring of the EITI process., evaluating adherence to the ToR for the MSG, the EITI Standard and making recommendations for improvements.
The objective is to help the EITI become as effective a vehicle as possible for advancing the broader aim of improving transparency of commodity trading. To achieve this, a multi-stakeholder working group on transparency on commodity trading has been created. Working group participants are committed towards playing a demonstrable role in strengthening government and company systems, informing public debate, and enhancing trust.
The EITI International Secretariat's Training Agenda for 2015 provides an overview of events that the International Secretariat aims to organise in 2015, as well as a presentation of further plans to shape and strengthen its broader support capabilities and coordination function.
By I. Ahmadov, J. Mammadov and K. Aslanli
This paper examines the connection between institutional quality and resource dependence in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russian and Turkmenistan.
Раскрытие интереснейших фактов из последних отчетов ИПДО.