Global Council Elections

Global Council nominees

Anglophone Africa

Chenai Mukumba, Zambia

Chenai Mukumba is currently Vice Chairperson of PWYP Zambia and the Country Coordinator of the Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS) International, Lusaka – the Southern Africa office of the CUTS global research and advocacy think tank. Her areas of interest include trade, development and economic governance and she leads all research and policy advocacy work related to CUTS’s programme areas. She is also responsible for fostering CUTS’s working relationships with regional economic bodies in Eastern and Southern Africa. Chenai sits on various technical working groups and committees at the Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry and the Ministry of National Development Planning. Previously she worked in India as a Policy Analyst at CUTS’s Centre for Trade, Economics and Environment, and at the World Trade Organization secretariat, where she spent time in both the Agriculture and Development Divisions. Chenai holds a BSc in Economic Science and a master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Francophone Africa

Aicha Barry, Guinea

Aicha Barry joined PWYP in 2007 as vice-president of the National Coalition of Guinea for the Rights and Citizenship of Women, a founder member of PWYP in the Republic of Guinea. In 2012, she joined PWYP’s Administrative Council with responsibility for social affairs, and was re-elected in 2017 and placed in charge of organisation. She has effectively promoted women’s participation in PWYP activities, raising awareness of gender issues among her colleagues. In response to women’s absence throughout the mining value chain in Guinea, Aicha has drawn on her experience with PWYP to found the Coalition of Women for Mines and Sustainable Development, along with other organisations in the sector. The coalition already includes 15 women’s NGOs and 12 women focal points in 12 mining areas. Aicha was elected president of the coalition, which is now a PWYP member. In partnership with Germany’s Agency for International Cooperation and NRGI, the coalition is organising a forum in 2018 of women in mining in Guinea, as a prelude to 16 days of activism against violence against women. Aicha is also the Guinean focal point for the regional “Gender and the EITI” project, which aims to promote EITI implementation that addresses gender issues. Her work to create five plastic recycling centres earned her a national prize in 2016 and an Energy Globe World Award in 2018. She has a diploma in environmental sciences from the Centre for Environmental Research, in partnership with UQAM (University of Quebec at Montreal) in Canada, and a higher diploma in geography and maths from the University of Conakry.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Rita Mabyalhat, Congo Brazzaville

Rita Esperance Mabyalhat Lhembet is Assistant of the transparency programme at the Diocesan Commission Justice and Peace of Pointe Noire (CDJP) for the past eight years. Through this role, she collaborates with the Congolese coalition "Publish what you pay", focusing mainly on the administrative and technical follow-up of the programme. Rita is responsible for monitoring public investments, engagement with the EITI, the impact of extractive industries activities on neighbouring communities’ rights, monitoring of extractive industries legislations, as well as other reforms and public policies on natural resources. She is also involved in the implementation of the coalition's business plan. Through her work on budget monitoring, Rita is now an expert in network management, in particular of local public expenditure committees involved in budget. Rita holds a Bachelor's degree (1991) and a Master's degree (1993) in Public Law from the Marien Ngouabi University of Brazzaville. She joined the Diocesan Commission Justice and Peace, Pointe Noire (CDJP) in January 2010. Through her experience working with the coalition, Rita has acquired skills in project development, drafting of activity reports and other advocacy documents (position papers, press releases, etc.), running trainings, raising awareness on the EITI process, the PWYP campaign and the fight against corruption, both locally and nationally. She has also gained skills in the design of communication tools and research. Initiative driven, Rita carries out her role with dynamism, enthusiasm, motivation and efficiency. Her daily work has helped raise the profile of the coalition. Conscientious, available and very reactive, Rita has been particularly appreciated by her coalition colleagues as well as those of her organisation.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Abdou Mariatou Amadou - Niger

Mrs Abdou Mariatou Amadou has been a member of the Network of Organisations for Transparency and Budget Analysis (ROTAB) in Niger since 2007, where her role is to represent and promote ROTAB at the regional level and in the PWYP coalition. She is in charge of coordinating ROTAB members’ advocacy efforts and of building their capacity. Elected ROTAB’s Secretary of Administrative and Financial Affairs since 2012, she has taken part in the development and implementation of strategic plans and governance mechanisms for both ROTAB and PWYP at regional and global levels. This has entailed studies and training at the University d’Eté in Yaoundé, Cameroon, in participatory budgeting, the new EITI Standard (in Tunisia, Ivory Coast and Niger), the extractive sector’s contribution to Niger’s economy, the risk of human rights violations in Niger, analysing EITI reports and contracts throughout the value chain, assessing gender issues in the extractive industries, revision and improvement of Niger’s mining and petroleum codes, drawing up the body of legal texts on Niger’s extractive industries and drawing up and disseminating guidelines of ECOWAS and the African Mining Vision. Abdou has a master’s degree in accounting, and speaks French fluently and English at an intermediate level.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Eurasia

Aigul Sultanova, Kyrgyz Republic

Aigul Sultanova has been Deputy Director of the Public Foundation at the Central Asian Free Market Institute (CAFMI) since 2015. CAFMI is an independent think tank promoting free market principles, the rule of law, and effective public administration in Kyrgyzstan through research and the promotion of reforms. In 2016, she qualified as a state lawyer and became lawyer for the Chui territorial advocacy. Her work with CAFMI has brought her extensive experience in human and citizens’ rights, including through public events and activities. She is a member of several public bodies, including the Public Council of the Kyrgyz Republic Ministry of Justice, the Association of Lawyers of Kyrgyzstan, the League of Lawyers of Central Asia, and the EITI Сonsortium of NGOs in the Kyrgyz Republic. Previously, Aigul worked as lawyer in a consulting firm covering banking, debt collection and property foreclosure, and as a lawyer in the Kyrgyz Investment Credit Bank. She has an honours degree in law from the Boris Yeltsin Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University. http://www.cafmi.kg/en

Read the nominee's statement here.

Olena Pavlenko, Ukraine

Olena has worked in the energy sector for more than 15 years, currently as President of the Ukrainian think tank DiXi Group, which works on issues including energy sector reform and transparency in Ukraine, and EU-Ukraine-Russia energy relations. The group developed an Energy Transparency Index in 2011 and was among those who initiated legislation to implement the EITI in Ukraine. After three years of advocacy, an EITI law was adopted in 2018. Now Olena and the DiXi Group team are working on mainstreaming the EITI, developing a feasibility study for an EITI online reporting platform. Olena is a Deputy Head of Ukraine’s EITI multi-stakeholder group and has taken part in events to share Ukraine’s experience of EITI implementation with countries such as Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan and Albania. Co-founder of the website “Ukrainian Energy”, Olena works on issues related to natural resource governance and energy security, and has participated in research on Ukraine-Russia gas relations and possible risks for EU countries. She and DiXi Group are working on implementation of EU energy legislation in Ukraine and on increasing capacity of the new energy regulator, including data audit and better communications between the regulator and consumers. Fluent in English, Russian and Ukrainian, Olena is a board member of the Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels and Head of the Ukrainian team of the EU-Ukraine Civil Society Platform. She has a PhD on National Security issues related to Ukraine’s energy policy and has completed a course on natural resource governance and sustainable development at Columbia University. www.dixigroup.org, www.ua-energy.org

Read the nominee's statement here.

Latin America

Athayde Motta, Brazil

Athayde Motta is an experienced development professional and has worked in Brazil and abroad in programme development and management, and fundraising. His areas of expertise include participation, policymaking, communications, urban inequalities, racial inclusion and the organisational development of NGOs. As an academic researcher and consultant, he has worked in Brazil, East Timor, Kenya, Mexico, Switzerland, Turkey and the United States. He has interned with the Geneva-based United Nations Research Institute for Social Development and has also worked for the Ford Foundation, Afirma Communications and Research, the Brazilian Institute of Social and Economic Analyses (IBASE), Oxfam GB and the Baobá Fund for Racial Equity. Since April 2017, Mr. Motta is the Executive Director of IBASE, based in Rio de Janeiro, where he coordinates the organization’s program on Extractive Industries. Mr. Motta has a BA in Communications from the Fluminense Federal University in Brazil and holds master’s degrees in Public Affairs and Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin. He is fluent in Portuguese and English and speaks some Spanish.

Read the nominee's statement here.

MENA

Adnan Bahya, Iraq

Adnan Bahya is the the Executive Director of the “Aked” cultural institute and was a founding member of the Iraqi Coalition for Transparency in Extractive Industries, as well as Iraqi Alliance Coordinator for Transparency in the Extractive Industries in 2011-2012. An expert in Iraqi affairs, he has strong research capabilities, and is a coach in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, having taken several EITI courses. These include workshops and training courses in Beirut, Baghdad, Baku and Erbil on EITI implementation, rules and principles, capacity building, alliance management, advocacy, analysis of EITI reports, and how to expand the initiative by the Revenue Monitoring Institute. He has completed an EITI training-of-trainers course and attended workshops on dissemination methods and media planning, effective communication of the EITI and revenue monitoring. He also has training in international humanitarian law, project management, results management, organisation management and strategic planning, and leadership and governance. Adnan has a master’s degree in Political Science from Baghdad, a PhD in Media and Mass Communication from Hill University in the United States and Diplomas in Scientific Management, Russian Language Translation and Media and Mass communication. He speaks Russian, English, and Arabic.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Charfeddine Yakoubi, Tunisia

With 16 years’ experience leading and coordinating teams of auditors and consultants, Charfeddine Yakoubi has a deep understanding of government administration, especially related to fiscal and public finance systems. He is the General Director of the High Authority of Administrative and Financial Control (Presidency of the Republic), and is in charge of programme coordination, financial audit report follow-up, and international development cooperation (with the OECD and the EU). He is the PWYP Tunisia National Coordinator. Charfeddine has strong analytical and leadership expertise in identifying strategic policy options and fostering reforms, and has published numerous relevant reports and articles. His strong negotiation and rapport-building skills enable him to interact effectively with the authorities and institutions such as Tunisia’s Parliament, government agencies, international donors, and Tunisian and international NGOs. Charfeddine has a degree in Law, Juridical and Social Sciences (Tunisia), a master’s degree in Public Administration (winner of the Best Student Award, Dubai School of Government in cooperation with The Harvard Kennedy School), and a post-graduate diploma in public finance audit from the Tunisia National School of Administration. He is currently working towards a further master’s degree in governance and anti-corruption studies.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Yusuf Aburas, Yemen

Yusuf Aburas is a founding member of Transparency Coalition in Extractive Industries Watch, where he is a consultant on programme issues with various Yemeni NGOs. He has designed and implemented training on human rights issues for local NGOs and is a founding member and consultant of the Yemeni Coalition to Monitor Human Rights Violations, where he is responsible for international development cooperation and reports. Yusuf holds a United Nations’ Language Proficiency Certificate in English and is a freelance simultaneous interpreter with national and international organisations, including the World Bank, Food and Agriculture Organisation, International Finance Corporation and Unicef. He also translates political, economic and social documents and reports, and is a member of various coalitions concerned with human rights issues, transparency and combating corruption. He has a BA majoring in Political Science, English Literature and Philosophy from Nagpur University, India, and has completed a training programme in Business Management Administration at Yemen’s Spectra Institute. He also holds a diploma in Small and Medium Enterprise Management, through the International Finance Corporation.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Asia Pacific

Chadwick Llanos, Philippines

Chadwick Go Llanos is Bantay Kita’s Subnational Coordinator for Luzon and Visayas since August of 2017. His active pursuits in connection to this responsibility includes indigenous peoples’ inclusion initiatives in natural resource governance vis-à-vis royalty management within ancestral domains in Benguet and Palawan as well as engagements with the local government of the Province of Cebu for the subnational implementation of PH-EITI particularly intended for the participation of the vulnerable sectors composing farmers, fisher folks and women. From 2014 to May of this year, he represented the CSO constituency to the PH-EITI MSG. He is also the CSO representative to the Provincial Mining Regulatory Board, the local oversight body for small scale mining under Philippine laws. Prior to this he serves as a community organizer whose main advocacy objective is the meaningful participation of communities within the context of mining and development. He is also involved in various discussions on human rights. Related to this, he is convenor of various local forums and chairs a non-profit organization. A significant part of his endeavors was dedicated to the inclusion of citizens in advancing good governance and sustainable development within the political education office of the Archdiocese of Cebu. While in this office, his duty includes advocating for an inclusive electoral process and monitoring the automated electoral system. He also trains local communities to participate in the crafting of local development plans and push for wider spaces of empowerment. He also served as deputy to the Chair of the Development Administration Sector within the Cebu Provincial Development Council. Being trained within faith-based settings, he served for a time with marginalized sectors and urban poor sectors through psycho-spiritual integration sessions and faith-based discernment.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Europe and North America

Miles Litvinoff, UK

Miles has been national coordinator of the Publish What You Pay United Kingdom coalition since 2011, where he was closely involved in PWYP’s advocacy resulting in amendments to the EU Accounting and Transparency Directives in 2013. He has since engaged with the UK’s implementation of these requirements for country-by-country reporting of payments to governments by oil, gas and mining companies in domestic law. Miles also wrote PWYP’s 2015 report, Achieving Extractive Transparency in the European Union: Publish What You Pay’s mandatory disclosures campaign, and was a participant in PWYP’s first Data Extractors programme, 2016-18. As a founding member of the UK EITI multi-stakeholder group, Miles represented civil society in the group from 2013-17 and is a joint coordinator of the UK EITI Civil Society Network. During 2018 he has been interim Europe and North America representative on PWYP’s Global Council. Previously Miles has worked as a writer and editor, educator, campaigner and NGO manager on human rights, sustainable development, fair trade, and corporate and investor responsibility. From 2005 to 2011 he was coordinator of the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility, a PWYP UK member organisation. Besides his work for PWYP, he occasionally undertakes freelance writing and editing assignments for other NGOs and non-profit organisations.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Global Reach

Joseph Williams, Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI)

Joe Williams has spent the last decade pushing for greater openness, accountability and good governance in the natural resource sector. Joe is an advocacy manager at NRGI and currently leads work for more effective and widespread global transparency and governance standards in the oil, gas and mining industries, including leading NRGI’s payment transparency and commodities trading transparency portfolios. Prior to joining NRGI in 2013, Joe coordinated Publish What You Pay’s international advocacy agenda and campaigns to increase transparency in the extractive sector. This work on voluntary and mandatory measures spanned the extractive industry value chain. From 2010 to 2013, Joe led the European campaign for mandatory financial disclosure by oil, gas and mining companies through the EU Accounting and Transparency Directives, which were agreed in 2013. He was also responsible for communications and information resources for the international PWYP coalition of 700 members across 40 countries. Joe has many years of experience with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), including sitting on the UK EITI multistakeholder group, supporting NRGI’s EITI global board member and through NRGI’s country programming on EITI around the world. Before becoming involved in natural resource governance, Joe worked at the International Crisis Group on its Central Africa Project and then moved to China where he wrote for London-based newspaper Africa-Asia Confidential on relations between China and Africa. Joe’s previous experience included research, project management and advocacy work in Brussels, where he worked for various EU institutions including the European Parliament. Joe holds a M.A. in European studies from the University of Exeter and a M.S. in development management from the Open University.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Isabel Munilla, Oxfam America

Isabel Munilla is Policy Lead, Extractive Industries Transparency at Oxfam America. She leads strategy, advocacy, research and analysis to support Oxfam initiatives on oil, gas and mining transparency. She focuses on advancing global norms that influence government and corporate behavior. She supports Oxfam’s extractives work in 30 countries to leverage these norms for better national governance of the oil, gas and mining sector. This includes legal, technical and advocacy work on securities regulation, payment and contract disclosure norms and implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). She served on the USEITI Multi-Stakeholder Group and leads engagement with the EITI Board and Secretariat. She leads analytical projects and engagement with sovereign and equity investors on extractives transparency and serves as an advisor to the Emerging Markets Investors Alliance. Current projects include supporting U.S. SEC regulations for Section 1504 of Dodd-Frank, project economic analysis of oil and mining projects, research on corporate contract disclosure policies by leading oil, gas and mining companies, engagement with leading companies and associations on improved transparency practice, and technical and advocacy support to Oxfam countries on transparency policy campaigning and civic space protection. She authored Oxfam’s Contract Disclosure Survey 2018, a survey of the contract disclosure policies of 40 oil, gas and mining companies. She oversees Publish What You Pay United States (PWYP US) as a member of its Steering Committee. Previously, she was the Director of PWYP US, leading PWYP’s advocacy with US government, EITI, companies, and development banks. She led PWYP’s 2010 drive to pass Section 1504 of the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act, requiring US-listed oil, gas and mining companies to publish payments to governments. She worked with the Dept. of Interior to establish the USEITI and its civil society constituency and ensured the US government included USEITI implementation in their inaugural Open Government Partnership plan. Prior to PWYP, she spent 9 years at the World Resources Institute conducting research with civil society partners in Asia on social and environmental impacts and benefits of natural resource development in the oil, gas, mining and forestry sectors. She authored WRI’s People, Power and Pipelines: Lessons from Peru in the governance of gas production revenues and co-authored Breaking Ground: Engaging Communities in Extractives and Infrastructure Projects. She holds degrees in French and Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Read the nominee's statement here.

Global Council Elections

Global Council Nomination Process

Global Council Terms of Reference

The Global Council advises the PWYP Board and the Executive Director of the international Secretariat on policy, strategy and governance of the global coalition. It supports PWYP to develop and implement strategic advocacy priorities at the global level, and also supports PWYP coalitions around the world to uphold the PWYP Operating Principles. Please read the following documents which are available in attachment and online:

Global Council seats and gender balance

There are ten seats on the Global Council: seven seats are for regional representatives;1 two are for members from organisations with global reach;2 and one seat is reserved for a representative of the PWYP Africa Steering Committee (ASC). PWYP is committed to gender balance on its Global Council. In order to ensure that the gender balance achieved at the 2016 election is maintained in future, and that both women and men from all regionals are given equal opportunities to play global leadership roles, the current Global Council members have agreed that the gender of each representative should change at each election cycle.

Invitation to nominate candidates

Coalitions in the following regions are invited to nominate one female candidate each for their regional seat: Anglophone Africa, Eurasia, Francophone Africa.

Coalitions in the following regions are invited to nominate one male candidate each for their regional seat: Europe and North America, Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Latin America, Asia Pacific.

A nomination shall be valid if it is accompanied by:

  • short biography of the nominee, of no moer than one page;
  • a statement of no more than 300 words on why the coalition believes the nominee should be elected (related to the role description for Global Council members);
  • a statement of no more than 300 words on why the nominee thinks he/she meets the criteria (see below);
  • a completed and signed Declaration of Interests form by the nominee.

There will be at least three weeks between the call for nominations and the closing date for nominations.

The nominees need to meet the following criteria:

  • To be a member of PWYP affiliated coalitions in the region for which they are standing as a Global Council nominee.
  • To have at least three years of experience in transparency and accountability campaigning (including EITI) in extractive industries.
  • To be a role model for PWYP’s governance Operating Principles, membership standards and code of conduct
  • To be fluent in English or French. Knowledge of other languages is an advantage.

Youth (under 35) who meet the criteria are particularly encouraged to seek nomination. Coalitions who wish to nominate a candidate should send all documents as outlined above to the PWYP International Secretariat (globalassembly@publishwhatyoupay.org) by Sunday, 30 September 2018. The international PWYP Secretariat will verify that all nominations received comply with the criteria cited above and will publish the list of nominees online by 15 October 2018. In addition, coalitions may nominate both a male and a female candidate for the two Global Reach seats. A candidate is eligible for a Global Reach seat if his or her organisation has a global overview of the PWYP coalition and the issues on which it engages at the global level. The current Africa Steering Committee representative to the Global Council will remain until the next Africa Conference and election of a new ASC in 2020.

Term of Office of Global Council members Global Council members will serve for a term of three years until the next Global Assembly in 2022.

Elections process

Each delegation should consult on the final list of nominees in their region with their coalition members in advance of the Global Assembly, and agree who the coalition will vote for. One person within the delegation should be given the mandate to vote/discuss for the coalition’s preferred candidate on behalf of the coalition during the regional caucus.

At the Global Assembly (day 3), participants will be invited to caucus with the other members from their region. Each caucus will be presented with the list of candidates for their region along with the application statements of each. The candidates will be invited to present a short statement to their regional caucus (not more than two minutes) outlining why they are standing for election and why they believe they would make a good Global Council member. Please note that those candidates who will not be present can prepare a video presentation in advance, or can ask another member of their national delegation to make the pitch on their behalf.

Should the caucus decide to elect their representative by vote, each coalition will cast one vote via a secret ballot and the person with the highest number of votes will be deemed elected. Otherwise, the caucus may decide to select its representative from among the nominated candidates by consensus.

Election overseers

Two members of the Board will act as election overseers in case there should be any appeals.

Announcement and first meeting of the new Global Council

The new Global Council will be announced immediately following the election on Thursday, 31 January. The new Global Council and the outgoing Global Council members will meet for a handover meeting in Dakar on Friday, 1 February.

Processus de nomination du conseil mondial

Le conseil mondial conseille le conseil d'administration de PCQVP et la directrice exécutive du secrétariat international en matière de politique, de stratégie et de gouvernance de la coalition mondiale. Il soutient PCQVP dans l’élaboration et la mise en œuvre des priorités stratégiques de plaidoyer au niveau mondial, et prend également en charge les coalitions PCQVP partout dans le monde pour faire respecter les principes de fonctionnement de PCQVP. Veuillez lire les documents suivants, disponibles en pièce jointe et en ligne:

Termes de référence, description des rôles et code de conduite des membres du conseil mondial

Politique relative aux conflits d'intérêts

Formulaire de déclaration d'intérêts

Les sièges au sein du conseil mondial et l'équilibre entre les sexes

Il y a dix sièges au conseil mondial : sept sièges pour les représentants régionaux; 1 deux pour des membres d'organisations d'envergure mondiale;2 et une place est réservée à un représentant du comité de pilotage de l’Afrique (CPA) PCQVP. PCQVP s'est engagée à assurer l'équilibre entre les sexes au sein de son conseil mondial. Afin d'assurer que l'équilibre atteint à l'élection de 2016 soit maintenu à l'avenir, et que les femmes et les hommes de toutes les régions disposent des mêmes possibilités d’assumer un rôle de leadership à l'échelle mondiale, les membres actuels du conseil mondial ont convenu que le sexe de chaque représentant doit changer à chaque cycle électoral.

Invitation à présenter des candidats

Les coalitions dans les régions suivantes sont invitées à nommer une femme chacune pour leur siège régional : Afrique anglophone, Eurasie, Afrique francophone

Les coalitions dans les régions suivantes sont invitées à nommer un homme chacune pour leur siège régional : Europe et Amérique du Nord, Moyen-Orient et Afrique du Nord (MENA), Amérique latine, Asie Pacifique.

Une candidature n'est valable que si elle est accompagnée par :

  • un bref CV du candidat ou de la candidate, d’une page au plus ;
  • une déclaration de 300 mots au plus expliquant pourquoi la coalition estime que le candidat doit être élu (en relation avec la description du rôle des membres du conseil mondial);
  • une déclaration de 300 mots au plus sur les raisons pour lesquelles le candidat croit qu'il/elle remplit les critères (voir ci-dessous) ;
  • une déclaration d'intérêts remplie et signée par le candidat.

Il y aura au moins trois semaines entre l'appel de candidatures et la date de clôture des candidatures.

Les candidats doivent répondre aux critères suivants :

  • être membre de coalitions affiliées à PCQVP dans la région au nom de laquelle ils se portent candidats pour siéger au sein du conseil mondial.
  • avoir au moins trois ans d'expérience dans des campagnes en faveur de la transparence et de la responsabilisation (y compris l'ITIE) dans les industries extractives.
  • être un exemple s'agissant des principes de fonctionnement de gouvernance de PCQVP, des normes d'adhésion et du code de conduite
  • parler couramment l'anglais ou le français. la connaissance d'autres langues est un avantage.

Les jeunes (moins de 35 ans) qui répondent aux critères sont tout particulièrement encouragés à déposer leur candidature.

Les coalitions qui souhaitent présenter un candidat doivent envoyer tous les documents décrits ci-dessus au secrétariat international de PCQVP (info@publishwhatyoupay.org) d'ici le dimanche 30 septembre 2018. Le secrétariat international PCQVP vérifiera que toutes les candidatures reçues sont conformes aux critères cités ci-dessus et publiera la liste des candidats le 15 octobre 2018 au plus tard.

En outre, les coalitions peuvent nommer un homme et une femme en tant que candidats pour les deux sièges de portée mondiale. Un candidat est admissible au siège de portée mondiale si son organisation a une vue globale de la coalition PCQVP et des questions sur lesquelles PCQVP s'engage au niveau mondial.

Le représentant actuel du comité de pilotage de l’Afrique au conseil mondial poursuivra son mandat jusqu'à la prochaine conférence de l'Afrique et l'élection d'un nouveau CPA en 2020.

Durée du mandat des membres du conseil mondial

Les membres du conseil mondial seront nommés pour un mandat de trois ans jusqu'à la prochaine assemblée mondiale de 2022.

Processus électoral

Chaque délégation doit consulter les membres de sa coalition au sujet de la liste définitive des candidats dans sa région préalablement à l’assemblée mondiale, et convenir du candidat qui obtiendra le vote de la coalition. Une personne au sein de la délégation sera autorisée à voter/discuter du candidat préféré de sa coalition au nom de cette dernière lors du caucus régional.

Lors de l’assemblée mondiale (3e jour), les participants seront invités au caucus avec les autres membres de leur région. La liste des candidats sera distribuée à chaque caucus pour sa région ainsi que les déclarations de candidature de chacun. Les candidats seront invités à effectuer une brève déclaration à l’attention de leur caucus régional (pas plus de deux minutes) pour expliquer pourquoi ils se présentent à l'élection et ce qu'ils pourraient apporter en tant que membre du conseil mondial. Veuillez noter que les candidats qui ne seront pas présents peuvent préparer une présentation vidéo à l'avance, ou demander à un autre membre de leur délégation nationale d'effectuer la présentation en leur nom.

Si le caucus décide d'élire son représentant par vote, chaque coalition disposera d'une voix, le vote sera secret, et la personne obtenant le plus grand nombre de voix sera élue. Sinon, le caucus peut décider de choisir par consensus son représentant parmi les candidats désignés.

Superviseurs de l'élection

Deux membres du conseil d'administration superviseront les élections dans le cas où il y aurait un recours.

Annonce et première réunion du nouveau conseil mondial

Le nouveau conseil mondial sera annoncé immédiatement après l'élection le jeudi 31 janvier. Le nouveau conseil mondial et ses membres sortants se réuniront pour une séance de passation de pouvoir à Dakar le vendredi 1er février.

Strengthening the global movement

PWYP’s new strategy and global goals for 2020-2025

The PWYP Global Assembly provides an important opportunity for members to review the governance of the network, including electing new representatives to the PWYP Global Council and endorsing an updated version of the PWYP Governance Manual.

At the 2019 Global Assembly, members will be asked to endorse PWYP’s new strategy and global goals for 2020-2025. The new strategy includes a number of important strategic shifts, including a focus on accountability, citizen participation, civic space and movement building. The adoption of the strategy will mark the culmination of an intense, two year consultative strategy development process to guide the global coalition’s work.

Members will also be presented the updated version of PWYP’s Governance Manual which is currently being reviewed by a working group comprised of both PWYP Global Council and Board members. The updates reflect learning from the first three years’ of implementation, including an emphasis on strengthening the movement’s capacity to uphold the PWYP Operating Principles, through the development of an indicator framework. The updated version of the Governance Manual, and a summary of the updates, will be available on this site from mid-November, after the meeting of the PWYP Global Council and Africa Steering Committee to finalise it.

How to prepare for the Global Assembly