Do you want to learn how to work with beneficial ownership data?
Are you keen to use the Open Ownership Register to explore company ownership data but don’t know how?
Are you a data journalist, data analyst, civil society representative, advocate, academic or someone who wants to build their own Beneficial Ownership Data Standard (BODS) data, and cross-reference it with international sources?
This free workshop series can help you get the most out of beneficial ownership data and introduce you to different data analysis tools.
Join Open Ownership for a series of three, free, online workshops targeted at data users from Argentina, Armenia, Ghana, Indonesia, Liberia, Mexico, Mongolia, Nigeria, Senegal, or Zambia (this is based on the Opening Extractives programme’s target countries). This is a chance for participants to improve their understanding of the importance of structured data for comparison and analysis, explore how BODS works, and gain insights into the use of tools for further analysis.
The workshop dates are 6 October, 27 October, and 17 November 2022.
Please read the full workshop series description and follow the link in the pdf to apply for a free place by 15 September. Online workshops for BO data analysis
This workshop series is part of the Opening Extractives programme jointly implemented by Open Ownership and the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) International Secretariat.
Event: Beneficial ownership transparency and why it matters for extractive companies
As part of our Opening Extractives programme, we invite you to join a roundtable discussion on beneficial ownership transparency on Thursday, 24 February at 8:00 CET. The aim is to engage extractive companies in a conversation about the importance of beneficial ownership transparency to companies, the challenges of disclosing beneficial ownership information, and how these are being addressed at the global and country levels.
Published: 16 February 2022
Opening Extractives: Registering the beneficial owners of oil, gas and mining companies
Open Ownership and the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, the global standard for the good governance of oil, gas and mining, are teaming up to tackle corruption and open up ownership in the extractives sector
Published: 15 April 2020