Please see below for full details.
Date: 22nd January, 12:00 to 13:30 (UK time)
- Prof. Philip Daniel, CEPMLP, University of Dundee;
- Mr. Warden Wuadom Edwin, Country Officer, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) for Southeast Asia/Pacific and Anglophone West Africa; and
- Mr. Ayebare Rukundo, Manager, Economic and Financial Analysis, Petroleum Authority of Uganda.
Moderator: Ms. Karen Nankwanga, LLM Candidate, CEPMLP,
Key issues to address:
- Fiscal transparency including allocation of resource rights, fiscal administration of both tax collection and revenue, and report plus accountability issues.
- How can we ensure stakeholder and political commitment to the best practices of transparency and accountability?
- How can emerging economies be supported in the adoption of transparency and Accountability as a key proponent for governance of their extractive industries?
- Post-COVID-19 recovery, the relevant frontiers of transparent extractives sector governance. In particular, the EITI’s work on:
- beneficial ownership disclosure, systematic disclosure, contract transparency, State Owned Enterprises governance, and subnational reporting;
- how these tools have/can are relevant for mobilising much needed domestic revenues by strengthening institutions; and
- improving trust by providing a platform for EITI multi-stakeholder group governance in the time of shrinking civic space and inadequate consultation.
Registration details to follow.