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Gubad Ibadoglu - PWYP Montreal Conference 2009

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Experiences in Establishing a National PWYP Coalition or Campaign …

Experiences in Establishing a National PWYP Coalition or Campaign

Large membership base, national governance structure Azerbaijan.

Gubad Ibadoglu, Azerbaijan NGO Coalition for "Increasing Transparency in Extractive Industries"

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  • 1. CSOs Coalition building, decision-making, management, project implementation, conflict resolution mechanisms Large membership base, national governance structure Azerbaijan PUBLISH WHAT YOU PAY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE   Montreal, Canada November 17, 2009 Gubad Ibadoglu, Coordinator of EITI Public Unions Coalitions  
  • 2. Unions, coalitions, networks
    • If you want to go fast go alone, if you want to go far then
    • get a companion
    • Quotation of African peoples
  • 3. Positive aspects of activity in coalitions and networks
    • To involve groups by means of different skill and experience
    • To involve numerous donors working with NGOs and Mass Media
    • Coordinated activity brings to less recurrence
    • Extensive participation increases reliability and legitimacy
    • More common thoughts strengthens “voice”.
    • Participants working in the regions may initiate active force and impact on public opinion
    • Cooperation brings to division of labor and joint and efficient usage of resources
  • 4. Negative aspects of activity in coalitions and networks
    • Demands additional management
    • It is possible to reach the goal gradually
    • Loss of time of participants
    • Sometimes you need to compromise in order to agree with common opinion or manage the activity plan
    • Some participants may receive more than gave
    • Organization may loose individual profile
  • 5.
    • NGO Coalition of “Improving Transparency in Extractive Industries” was established in 13th may 2004, members’ number reached to 140 .
    • The Coalition is not a legal entity.
  • 6. 07.12.09
  • 7. Coalition Regulation Papers
    • MoU on establishing the Coalition;
    • MoU on EITI implementation in Azerbaijan;
    • Regulation of the Coalition;
    • Regulation of the Coalition Council;
    • Regulation of the Monitoring Group;
    • Program Paper for 2009 Fiscal Year and Strategy Plan for 2007-2009 Fiscal Year.
    07.12.09 Conference “Implementation of EITI in Azerbaijan: Retrospective view to a 5-year period”
  • 8. Participants in the Coalition
    • Any non-governmental organizations can join the Coalition.
    • Membership of the Coalition is voluntary.
    • New members of the Coalition are admitted with the consent of at least two thirds of current members.
    • Membership of the Coalition can be terminated by a member at any time.
  • 9. Rights of the Coalition members
    • Coalition members have the following rights:
    • to attend the Coalition meetings;
    • to elect the Coalition's administration;
    • to use the Coalition's database;
    • to require information about the activity of the Coalition's Council;
    • to put forward suggestions on considering issues related to the Coalition activities at the Coalition's meetings.
    • Coalition members cannot make statements on behalf of the Coalition .
  • 10. The Coalition's administrative bodies
    • The supreme body of the Coalition is its general meeting.
    • General meetings are to be held at least once every six months.
    • The supreme body of the Coalition in the period between general meetings is the Council elected by the general meeting.
    • The Council is comprised of eleven people.
    • The Council is elected for a period of two years.
    • To organize the activity of the Council, the Council elects one of its members Coordinator.
  • 11. SOFAZ AUDIT FIRM COMMITTEE on EITI EXTRACTIVE COMPANIES Coalition participations in EITI Implementation prosess A B C D
    • COLLATES
    • IF NECESSARY INVESTIGATES
    • EXAMINES EITI COMMITTEE ASSERTION
    • ISSUES AN INDEPENDENT REPORT TO
    • MOU PARTIES
    Government REPORT
  • 12. Recommendations for Coalition Management and Conflict Resolution
    • To enhance the democratic and fair election process
    • To manage with differing political viewpoints and with common interest of NGO Coalition
    • To adopt limitation of management board’s right for elected consecutively twice.
    • To have guideline, policy and rules for key directions of management
    • To manage expectation of Coalition Members
    • To adopt conflict resolution practices (i.e. skills training, policy dialogue, etc.)
  • 13. Recommendations for Coalition Management and Conflict Resolution (ctd)
    • Do not be afraid of problems and try to resolve and manage them;
    • Try to involve public persons in the solution of conflicts;
    • Hold the meetings open, make their records and archive them;
    • Always strengthen the Internal democracy and apply electronic voting tools.
  • 14. Recommendations for Project Management and Conflict Resolution
    • Make projects of the Coalition common and unite all the projects within one project
    • Adopt rules on management and resolution of conflicts of interests
    • Ensure free access of all Coalition members to projects and their budget
  • 15. Recommendations for Project Management and Conflict Resolution (ctd)
    • Try to have Coalition members derive maximum benefits from the projects
    • Create resources to be used by Coalition members for long-term period at the expense of the projects
    • Prefer the project staff and experts to be selected by competition
    • Submit reports to Coalition members on the results and outcomes of the projects
  • 16. Questions
    • What is c urrent status for NGO Coalitions Management in different countries?
    • What are the good practicies that could be propagated?
    • How to make the NGO Coalitions Management more efficient?
    07.12.09
  • 17. Teshekkurler!
    • For further information, please contact:
    • [email_address]
    • Tele fon : (+99412) 437 13 2 0
    • Fa ks : (+99412) 437 32 40
    • web-site: www.e iti -az.org