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Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by  companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.
Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by  companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.
Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by  companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.
Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by  companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.
Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by  companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.
Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by  companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.
Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by  companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.
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Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.

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Joseph Williams, Inf. & Advocacy officer, PWYP International: Country by country reporting by
companies as a means to improve transparency for mobilising revenues in developing countries.

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  • 1.
    • OVERVIEW OF PUBLISH WHAT YOU PAY
    • A global campaign for transparency
    • in the extractive industries
  • 2.
    • Snapshot of PWYP
    • Global coalition of civil society launched by group of NGOs in June 2002
      • Global Witness, CAFOD, Save the Children UK, Oxfam GB, Open Society Institute, Transparency International UK
    • Campaigns for transparency in the extractive industries, with a focus on oil, mining and gas.
      • Some consideration of expanding this mandate to include fisheries & forestry
  • 3.
    • International level
    • The PWYP international office coordinates and supports the global coalition in advocacy, capacity building and coalition outreach.
    • The PWYP international office consists of 3 full-time staff members:
      • International Coordinator
      • Programme Officer
      • Information and Advocacy Officer
    • The PWYP international office is hosted by the Open Society Foundation in London
  • 4.
    • Regional level
    • Due to massive growth of the PWYP coalition in Africa, a full-time Africa Regional Coordinator is based in Yaoundé, Cameroon and hosted by the Catholic Relief Services.
    • The Africa Regional Coordinator is responsible for supporting PWYP Africa members in outreach, advocacy and capacity building efforts. Works closely with international office.
    • The PWYP international office manages outreach to PWYP campaigners and national coalitions in Europe, Central Asia/Caucasus, Asia-Pacific, North America and South America.
  • 5. PWYP structure
    • Comprised of civil society partners from a range of perspectives,
    • overlapping on and work together to advocate for transparency and
    • accountability in the extractive sector. The information garnered
    • through a PWYP process can feed back into the respective individual
    • aims of the organizations that make up the coalition in accordance with
    • their context-based aims and approaches.
    • Organizational independence is vital to impact
    • broader developmental, environmental,
    • and rights-based goals.
    • PWYP campaigns can help to better
    • articulate broader goals that organizations
    • retain outside of the remit of PWYP’s expertise.
    • Case Example  Papua New Guinea partnership
    • and work on EITI to obtain knowledge to advocate for separate
    • campaign calling for a moratorium on all future mining.
    Human Rights Environmental Anticorruption Access to Information
  • 6. Mapping PWYP coordination Africa Contact: Marie-Ange Kalenga Asia-Pacific Contact: Micol Martini Latin America Contact: Micol Martini Central Asia& the Caucasus Contact: Radhika Sarin Europe Contact: Joseph Williams North America Contact: Radhika Sarin PWYP International Angola Burkina Faso Cameroon Chad Rep of Congo DRC Cote d’Ivoire Gabon Guinea Guinea Bissau Ghana Liberia Mali Mauritania Mozambique Nigeria Niger Sierra Leone Uganda Zambia Indonesia Philippines Timor Leste Papua New Guinea Canada USA Azerbaijan Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Mongolia Bolivia Mexico Peru France Norway Spain United Kingdom Belgium Denmark
  • 7. Thank you. For more information www.publishwhatyoupay.org Joseph Williams PWYP Information and Advocacy Officer [email_address]

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