TRACE 2010 2011

The second round of the TRACE programme was concluded in October 2011. 17 participants from three Latin-American countries successfully completed the programme, representing a variety of civil society organisations (NGOs, workers’ unions and the media) working for transparency and accountability in the extractive industries.

WIKI-site for participants

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Network news and activities

  • As a step in completing Publish What You Pay Norway´s TRACE programme , this year´s participants have worked together to produce short briefings on four topics that were selected as priorities, and that they have studied in-depth during the programme.

    The topics are:

  • October 4-7, 2011, the participants in round 2 of the TRACE programme met for the third and final module. Local host for the event was Grupo FARO.

    Download the narrative report here:

  • The Bolivian organization, Centro de Estudios y Apoyo al Desarrollo Local (CEADL), functioned as local host when the second module of TRACE 2010-2011 for Latin-America was implemented 2nd – 6th May 2011.

    The participants met for the second time, taking part in a five days intensive training on the following topics:

  • The first Module in TRACE 2010-2011 was held in Stavanger, Norway 21st November – 2nd December 2010. The module was arranged in cooperation with PETRAD .

  • The participants for the TRACE programme in Latin-America have now been selected. 20 civil society organizations from Bolivia, Ecuador and Nicaragua are going to take part in the programme. The first Module is to be held in Stavanger, Oslo from 21st November to 2nd December 2010.