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- Why is Tax Justice central to the accountability agenda in the extractives sector?
- Restricted Access to Information Leaves Communities in South Africa Powerless Against Mining Companies
- Have women been left behind in the transparency and accountability agenda?
- Putting extractives data to use: unpacking payments to governments’ reports
- New PWYP UK study explores UK EITI and mandatory payments data variances
- PWYP Africa Steering Committee to African Union: For the fight against corruption to be won, threats to civic space must be condemned
- How can we ensure stronger civil society voices?
- Open letter for the release of Human Rights Defenders in Niger
- Publish What You Pay Africa Steering Committee demands that the independence of transparency process in Liberia is respected