View from the top: Q&A with Marinke van Riet

From Global development | The Guardian Thu Feb 21 2013, 10:53:50

The international director of Publish What You Pay on aid transparency, accountability and becoming more of a realist

What does Publish What You Pay (PWYP) do?

We are a global coalition of over 650 civil society organisations that campaigns for transparency and accountability in the extractive industry. We believe that natural resources can bring about a transformation to society if they are managed well.

What is the trick to making such a large coalition work?

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