An assesment of the Publish What You Pay coalition

‘Publishing What We Learned’, recently written by Mabel van Oranje and Henry Parham, discusses the origins and evolution of Publish What You Pay from 2002 to 2007. The Publish What You Pay coalition was founded in 2002 by a small, ad hoc group of London-based NGO representatives to tackle the ‘resource curse’ by campaigning for greater transparency and accountability in the management of revenues from the oil, gas and mining industries.

The report is both a narrative of PWYP’s history and accomplishments, and a practical tool to learn about the operational issues and challenges which global civil society coalitions are faced with.

It can also be downloaded on the PWYP website or please click on the links below.

Full report
English

Executive Summary
English
Français
Español
Russian
Portuguese

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