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17 November 2004
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17 November 2004
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Auteur: Jim Shultz, director ejecutivo de The Democracy Center (El Centro para la Democracia) [publicado por Open Society Institute]

Los presupuestos públicos son los instrumentos que emplean los gobiernos para determinar sus prioridades. En la última década ha surgido un importante movimiento global para dar voz a los ciudadanos la sociedad civil en cuestiones presupuestarias. ...

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17 November 2004

[PDF] Suivez L'Argent! - Guide de surveillance des budgets publics et des revenus du pétrole et du gaz

Auteur: Jim Shultz, directeur exécutif du Democracy Center [rapport publié par Open Society Institute]

Les budgets publics sont les outils utilisés par les gouvernements pour établir leurs priorités. Au cours de la dernière décennie, un important mouvement mondial a vu le jour, qui s’efforce de donner la parole aux citoyens et à la société civile dans...

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1 November 2004
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Auteur: Jim Shultz, Executive Director, Democracy Center [report published by Open Society Institute]

Public budgets are the instruments that governments use to set their priorities. Over the past decade an important global movement has emerged to give citizens and civil society a voice in budget issues. A key part of budget work is monitoring revenues...

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1 October 2004
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Auteur: Michael Peel, Christian Science Monitor

Even amid international efforts to bring greater transparency to the continent's resource exploration, the recent strife [in Nigeria] is a microcosm of widespread theft and mismanagement, which observers attribute to a combination of colonial-era...

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1 October 2004
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Auteur: Sir Geoffrey Chandler, Founder-Chair, Amnesty International UK Business Group 1991-2001 and a former Director of Shell International, in Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence (OGEL)

The growth of oil wealth in many developing countries has fuelled the ability of governments to invest in armaments, to engage in the construction of buildings for prestige rather than utility, and to transform small-scale corruption into personal or...

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1 October 2004
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Auteur: Christine Batruch (Lundin Petroleum) & Ayesha Dias (UNDP), eds., in Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence [OGEL]

[special issue of OGEL with articles on human rights, environmental and development impacts of oil & gas sector, including discussion of numerous codes and principles] [refers to Shell, BP, Statoil, Norsk Hydro, ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil, Talisman,...

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10 September 2004
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Auteur: Geoffrey Chandler, Amnesty UK Business Group; Andrew Mack, Univ. of British Columbia; Jeffrey Sachs, Columbia Univ.; George Soros, Open Society Inst.; Joseph Stiglitz, formerly of World Bank; Jean Baptiste Talla, Assn. of Episcopalian Confs. of the Central African Region; Simon Taylor, Global Witness & Publish What You Pay; David Ugolor, African Network for Envtl. & Econ. Justice

The IMF has a particularly important role to play in promoting revenue transparency because of its technical expertise and its focus on macroeconomic policies that are conducive to growth, development and poverty reduction...without such safeguards on...

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7 September 2004
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Auteur: Oliver Balch, Guardian [UK]

The decision by the restored president, Fradique de Menezes, to publicly disclose all transactions resulting from oil activities in Sao Tome and Principe's territorial waters has therefore been warmly welcomed by international lenders and development...

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29 August 2004
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Auteur: Observer [UK]

...the exploitation of massive oil and gas fields has made Equatorial Guinea the fastest growing economy in the world...As is too often the case in Africa, the people of Equatorial Guinea have not benefited from this boom.

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