Bantay Kita with partners from Visayas conducted an orientation-seminar on subnational EITI conducted last January 29, 2016 in San Jose, Antique.
Bantay Kita Mindanao organised a 2-day workshop on transparency in the extractive industry among B’laan cultural communities held last January 28-29 in Tampakan, South Cotabato.
Nomination to the Philippine Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Multi-Stakeholder Group (EITI-MSG) Civil Society Organisations representative is now open.
The MSG is the sole body who decides how the Philippine EITI process should work. CSO representatives are responsible for communicating and consulting with various stakeholders and build capacities for understanding EITI standards. They should also ensure full and effective participation of relevant CSOs and communities in monitoring the disclosures done by the government and extractive companies.
To know more about the nomination guidelines, you may read further the file below or download the file. Application forms are also available for download at the bottom of this page after the reminders.