Representatives from government, industry and civil society
The multi-stakeholder approach is central to the principles and operations of the EITI, and it is reflected in how the EITI is governed and implemented. EITI implementing countries establish a multi-stakeholder group (MSG) – comprised of representatives from government, companies, and civil society
PNGEITI Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) Overseas EITI implementation in Papua New Guinea
The Group Consists Of Representatives From The Following Sectors:
Agencies of the Government of Papua New Guinea
INDUSTRY BODIES OPERATING IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Civil Societies of Papua New Guinea
GOVERNMENT OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA (GoPNG)
The PNGEITI Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) consists of representatives from the following government agencies or department:
The PNGEITI Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) consists of representatives from the following Industry Bodies
The PNGEITI Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) consists of representatives from the following Civil Societies
PNGEITI MSG STRUCTURE
PNGEITI MSGIt is responsible for meeting objectives for EITI implementation and monitoring the disclosure of data in accordance with the EITI Standard, and it ensures that the data and analysis stemming from EITI reporting contributes to public debate and informs decision-making.
WHAT DO WE DO?
The EITI holds all implementing countries to the same global standard. Through Validation, the EITI’s quality assurance mechanism, implementing countries are assessed on their ability to meet the provisions of the EITI Standard.
Validation promotes dialogue and learning at a country level, providing countries with an opportunity to communicate progress and to identify and address challenges in EITI implementation. It captures stakeholder views and allows countries to highlight their perspectives on the effectiveness and sustainability of EITI implementation. It acknowledges that countries have starting different points and face diverse challenges in implementing the EITI, and that they will use the EITI to address their most pressing priorities for improving extractive governance.