Joint letter by civil society organizations to the EITI Board in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine

June 13, 2022

Crude Accountability joins dozens of civil society organizations in calling for efficient actions to stop Russian aggression in Ukraine.

Ahead of the 53rd Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Board meeting on 16-17th of June 2022, NGOs (listed below) call on all EITI supporting companies and governments to take real actions to stop supporting Russia in its aggression against Ukraine and immediately discontinue both new and existing businesses in Russia and with Russian fossil fuels.

Download the full text of the statement.

DiXi Group think tank (Ukraine)
Global Witness (United Kingdom)
We are Ukraine / One Philosophy (Ukraine)
Crude Accountability (US)
Zevin Asset Management (US)
Poltava branch of Public Service of Ukraine (Ukraine)
Center for Environmental Initiatives ‘Ecoaction’ (Ukraine)
ICO Environment – People – Law (Ukraine)
Khmelnytskyi energy cluster (Ukraine)
Centre for Economic Strategy (Ukraine)
Local Economic Development Agency of Yavoriv district (Ukraine)
Squeezing Putin (US)
Publish What You Pay (Global)
International Nongovernmental Organization “Kyiv Economics Institute” (“KSE Institute”) (Ukraine)
SaveDnipro / SaveEcoBot (Ukraine)
NGO Ecoclub (Ukraine)
NGO FLORA (Ukraine)
The EITI Civil Society Board Members (Global)
Agency for Development and Cooperation (Ukraine)
Heartland Initiative (USA)
NGO “Osokorky Wetland park” (Ukraine)
NGO “Unique Planet” (Ukraine)
Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (Ukraine)
National Ecological Center of Ukraine NGO (Ukraine)
Public Union «Stop Poisoning Kryvyi Rih» (Ukraine)
Resource and Analysis Center “Society and Environment” (Ukraine)
Danube-Carpathian Programme (Ukraine)
Central and Eastern European Bankwatch Network (Europe)
Promote Ukraine (Belgium)
Civil Network OPORA (Ukraine)