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Vision 20/20

In 2012 Publish What You Pay adopted a new strategy to reflect the growth over the first ten years of our history. The new strategy needed to represent PWYP’s evolution from working solely on revenue transparency to work along the whole extractive value chain, and our growth in membership, from 6 members about 10 years ago to well over 800 today. A new governance structure, fit-for-purpose for such a big coalition, was crucial.

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