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Thursday, May 28 • 11:00 - 12:15
Data + Extractives / Données + sociétés extractives

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Open data has made great strides in the extractives sector. Leaders in this field will discuss their successes and where to go from here.

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Le secteur des sociétés extractives a fait de grands pas en matière de données ouvertes. Les chefs de file dans ce domaine rendront compte de leurs réussites et de la voie à suivre.

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Kady Seguin

Acting Director, Publish What You Pay Canada
Kady Seguin is the Acting Director of Publish What You Pay Canada, a coalition of Canadian civil society organizations working with its international counterparts to increase transparency in the oil, gas and mining sectors globally. Kady has worked with PWYP-Canada in various capacities for over 5 years, and has particular experience in working with civil society organizations in Africa on accessing and using information disclosed by oil, gas and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Samuel Osei Bekoe

Samuel Osei Bekoe

Regional Associate, Natural Resource Governance Institute
Samuel is NRGI’s Anglophone Africa Regional Associate, serving as a joint member of the Governance and Africa teams. Based in Accra, he works to ensure that transparent information actually generates accountability and better governance across Anglophone Africa. He does this by coordinating NRGI’s EITI work in the region and by serving as a resource for report analysis and data utilization. He also leads the Ghana portion of NRGI’s new... Read More →
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Vania Montalvo

Programme Coordinator / Coordonnatrice de programme, Transparencia Mexicana
Vania Montalvo is a programme coordinator in Mexico at the Climate Finance Integrity Project (CFIP), a project developed by Transparency International, the global coalition against corruption. The Program aims to ensure that the effectiveness of the financial resources allocated to climate change actions are not diminished by corruption. This purpose is to be reached by the promotion of greater accountability, transparency, and integrity in the... Read More →
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Jana Morgan

Director / directrice, Publish What You Pay - United States (PWYP-US)
Jana Morgan is the Director of Publish What You Pay - United States (PWYP-US) and leads the coalition’s efforts to bring transparency and accountability to the oil, gas, and mining sector. Her work includes guiding the coalition’s advocacy and research strategies to ensure the strong implementation of Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Act. She also collaborates with PWYP coalitions around the world to push for a global oil, gas, and... Read More →
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Arif Munandar

Swandiri Institute
Mr. Munandar works in Program Advocacy and Research at the Swandiri Institute in Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia. Over his career he has become an experienced advocator in research to support advocacy through investigation and legal analysis approaches. He has worked actively as the director of WALHI (Friends of Earth Indonesia) Jambi, which focuses on advocacy on natural resources management based on a fair and sustainable society. He is also... Read More →
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Bibhu Prasad Nayak

Researcher, The Energy and Resources Institute
Bibhu Prasad Nayak is a researcher with more than ten years of experiences of working on environmental and resource governance issues in India. He is an economist by training and currently works as a Fellow at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi, India. He was part of the recently completed study on Open Government Data for Improved Governance of Extractive Energy Industries in India, supported by IDRC and World Wide Web... Read More →
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Jensi Sartin

Publish What You Pay Indonesia
Jensi Sartin is a program development manager with Publish What You Pay Indonesia, a national coalition of CSOs focusing on promoting transparency and accountability in the extractives sector (i.e., coal, minerals, oil and gas, and forestry). He is also responsible for the application of open data to improve accountability of the extractive sector. He is a passionate scuba diver, a marine ecologist in Reef Check Indonesia, and an Aspen New Voices... Read More →


Thursday May 28, 2015 11:00 - 12:15
Room 203

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