Resource Center


Final U.S. rules under Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank act, setting mandatory reporting requirements for company oil and mining payments to governments.

Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone is rich in minerals which could contribute significantly to the development of the country. This report clearly illustrates that this is not sufficiently the case due to limited tax and royalty contributions from mining companies.


RWI of oil, gas and mining company listings on 35 global stock exchanges.


Azerbaijan's 2010 EITI report, carried out by independent accounting firm Moore Stephens, for the year ended 31 December 2010.

This paper from Bishop Stephen Munga of Tanzania highlights the inherent policy challenges of equitable taxation in a context of growth and development.


This 2011 law guarantees Nigerian citizens access to public information kept by the government, public institutions and private bodies carrying out public functions or spending public funds.

Equatorial Guinea

This report from EG Justice highlights the importance of full civil society participation in Equatorial Guinea's EITI process.

Full text of Sec. 1504 of the U.S. Wall Street reform law, requiring all companies registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to publicly report oil, gas and mineral payments.

Resources for advocates regarding the IASB's proposed new reporting standards for extractive companies.


This report by Global Witness names some of the major banks who have done business with corrupt regimes.

An assessment of the poor performance by Azerbaijan's public finance ministries and agencies after a survey for compliance with an ambitious information access law adopted in 2005.

This report by Global Witness exposes how Cambodia's future is being jeopardised by high level corruption in the management of the oil industry.

In this joint paper, Global Witness and Partnership Africa Canada review the issues around illicit flows of rough diamonds.