Organizations, journalists and trade unionists from Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia and Guatemala working for transparency in the extractive industries, are now able to apply for PWYP Norway´s TRACE program.
On the wish list from the civil society you will among other things find contract transparency, a digital searchable register for stockholder list and extended country-by-country reporting.
PWYP Norway has sent a consultation comment to International Monetary Fund (IMF) and challenges definitions used by IMF on tax-issues. IMF has invited governments, civil society, academics and private sector stakeholders to comment on the topic.
The Norwegian Ministry of Finance has ended its hearing on the strategy for responsible investment for the The Government Pension Fund Global of Norway.
We represent five African countries that are all affected by tax flight. Norwegian companies should become role models for financial transparency, because tax dodging costs lives.
The Norwegian programme Oil for Development removes a budget item regarding EITI in the partner agreement with Uganda. - We are disappointed with the Norwegian authorities, says Winnie Ngabiirwe of PWYP Uganda.