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Consultancy opportunity: Develop OO's MEL framework

jobs Open Ownership · Jul 2021

Open Ownership is in the process of developing a three year strategy, covering the period 2021-24. The strategy articulates three key outcomes that the organisation will work to achieve over this timeframe, and defines work streams through which Open Ownership...

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Open Ownership website redesign

jobs Open Ownership · Jul 2021

Open Ownership wants to relaunch its website - https://www.openownership.org. We want to ensure that all the information and resources we produce are easily discoverable, accessible and navigable to users worldwide.

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New role - Policy and Research Associate

jobs Open Ownership · Jul 2021

Policy and Research Associate

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Accelerating beneficial ownership in Africa

news Karabo Rajuili, Maureen Kariuki and Edwin Wuadom Warden · Jul 2021

Corporate anonymity poses significant risks to domestic resource mobilisation in Africa. Research by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) suggests that African countries can retain an estimated USD 89 billion per year if illicit capital flight can be...

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Beneficial ownership transparency implementation: Lessons from five countries

blogs Chinwe Ekene Ezeigbo · Jun 2021

Chinwe Ekene Ezeigbo was a Policy and Research Consultant for Open Ownership from January to April 2021. Following an international career focused on resource governance, she is currently finalising a PhD at the University of Queensland’s Sustainable Minerals Institute’s Centre...

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Should countries charge for beneficial ownership data access?

blogs Peter Low and Tymon Kiepe · Jun 2021

Open Ownership (OO) has recently published a policy briefing on the potential benefits of making beneficial ownership registers public. A key consideration for governments is whether to charge users for access to the data. Some countries have opted to levy...

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