This document has been issued by the EITI International Secretariat as a standardised model Terms of Reference (TOR) for implementing countries that wish to conduct a feasibility study for systematic disclosure of EITI data. Countries may wish to use parts of or the entire TOR depending on study needs. The text [in brackets] should be completed by the MSG. It also contains comment boxes to guide the MSG in the inclusion or exclusion of some aspects of the feasibility study. Questions about this document can be directed to the International Secretariat.
The standard ToRs have been updated to reflect the 2019 Standard. To the latst version.
This document provides a template Terms of Reference for Independent Administrator services in accordance with the 2016 EITI Standard, endorsed by the EITI Board.
It sets out the work to be undertaken by the Independent Administrator. It is typically attached to the contract between the Independent Administrator and the government.
This document has been issued by the EITI International Secretariat as a standardised model Terms of Reference (TOR) for implementing countries that wish to conduct a scoping study to inform scoping decisions related to preparation of their EITI reports.
Countries may wish to use parts of or the entire TOR depending on the scoping needs. The text in brackets should be completed by the MSG. Questions about this document can be directed to the International Secretariat.
For guidance on scoping, please also see Guidance note 9
An infographic showing the five steps for countries towards a beneficial ownership register for companies active in the extractive industries by 2020.
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Руководство по коммуникациям в рамках Инициативы прозрачности добывающих отраслей
This is an EITI Good Practice Note on the types of communications activities that can be undertaken by EITI implementing countries. In an effort to help countries implementing the EITI better communicate their activities, the International Secretariat has reviewed communications activities in different EITI countries and gathered here examples of effective and innovative ways to strengthen communicating the EITI.
This form is outdated and no longer in use.
In accordance with the EITI Principles and Criteria, all companies operating in the relevant sectors in countries implementing the EITI have to disclose material payments to the government in accordance with agreed reporting templates and to support EITI implementation.
Each oil, gas and mining company active in the country being validated should complete a country-level Company Form as a self-assessment and should submit it to the Validator.