52nd PH-EITI MSG Meeting - EITI MSG with the new civil society representatives and Madagascar delegates
Bantay Kita reconvened the Selection Committee to help identify individuals who would best represent civil society’s interest in the Ph-EITI MSG. The seven (7) new civil society representatives were welcomed during the 52nd MSG Meeting at the Palacio del Gobernador, Intramuros, Manila.
The new civil society representatives to the PH-EITI MSG are: Aniceta Baltar, Concerned Citizens of Abra for Good Governance and Atty. Jansen Jontilla, Environmental Legal Assistance Center, Inc. as Luzon representatives, Dr. Glenn Pajares, Sectoral Transparency Alliance on Natural Resource Governance in Cebu, Inc. and Ladylyn Mangada, Philippine Political Science Association as Visayas representatives, and Chito Trillanes, Social Action Center – Ecology Desk, Diocese of Tandag, Surigao del Sur and Nelson Cuaresma, Concerned Advocates Saving Terrestrial and Marine Ecosystems, Inc. as Mindandao representatives. Finally, to represent the indigenous peoples' rights in Luzon, Esther Roxanne Veridiano, Philippine Task Force for Indigenous People’s Rights.