Espacios de Participación

1.

Permanent Multisectoral National Commission (EITI Perú)

Peru joined the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in 2005,In 2006, a Working Committee is created to implement the EITI (DS No. 027-2006-EM , extended by Supreme Decree No. 030-2007-EM, Supreme Decree No. 044-2008-EM and DS No. 020-2010-EM). In 2011, the EITI-Peru Commission becomes the Permanent Multisectoral Commission for the Monitoring and Transparency Surveillance in the use of resources obtained by the State for the development of Mining and Hydrocarbons Extractive Industries (DS No. 028-2011- EM). This Commission is tripartite and is composed by representations of the business sector, the government and civil society .DAR integrated this commission as a deputy member from 2013 to 2015 is now full member of the Commission since 2016..

2.

EITI Global Council

The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is an international alliance of 51 countries involving governments, extractive companies (mining, oil and gas) and civil society to ensure transaprency regarding payments made by companies to governments. They goal is to to ensure accountability and that ressources from extractive activities participate to the development of member countries. During the VII Global Conference of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), held in February 2016, in Lima, the current Board of EITI (EITI Board) was constituted. (Board) It is integrated by 20 members representing implementing countries. Its role is to support countries, civil society organizations, industry and investment firms. DAR integrates the Board, as a deputymember representing civil society..

3.

Advisory Group of Civil Society (ConSoc)

This collaborative and consultative platform has been promoted by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). It works on a permanent basis and is integrated by civil society organizations from countries where IDB operates. It is a platform for these organizations to exchange information and expertise. Thus, it promotes public participation regarding strategies, policies and / or projects where the IDB Group needs civil society imputs (ConSOC and not ConSOC). DAR is a member of ConSOC..

4.

Forum of Open Government

Space for the creation of mechanisms for technical and political articulation of the civil society, whose purpose is to provide recommendations and influence the implementation of the Alliance for Open Government (Open Government Partnership - OGP) in Peru. This Alliance is currently composed by 64 countries, of which seventeen are from Latin America. Its aim isto promote transparency, fight corruption, expand social participation.

5.

Alliance for transparency in the extractive industries of Group 7

As a result of the VI Summit of the G8 (Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom and Russia, which has been temporarily excluded), Peru and Canada (the latter on behalf of the G8) established a cooperation framework that guides the implementation of the "Alliance to promote transparency in the extractive sector" in the country. Thus, Peru and Canada established this alliance whose public release was in November 2013. It is conformed by the public sector, private sector, civil society and international cooperation. It aims to improve efficiency and financial management in transparency with improved rates of good governance and dialogue in regional processes.

6.

Regional Platform for Natural Resources and Sustainable Development of Cusco (RENADES)

Group composed of civil society organizations in Lima and Cusco. Since 2015, DAR integrates the collective.

7.

Land Planning platform

Group composed by civil society organizations, municipal and regional associations in the country. It promotes the implementation of a land use policy. The platform is composed of CooperAcción, Cima Cordillera Azul, Fedepaz, Grufides, Mountain Institute, Red Muqui, Law, Environment and Natural Resources (DAR), Citizen Proposal, Association Rural Services (SER), the National Assembly of Regional Governments (AGNR), the Network of Rural Municipalities (REMURPE) and the Association of Municipalities of Peru (AMPE).

8.

Collective Amazon and hydroelectric

Brings together civil society institutions and individuals specialized in technical, environmental and legal aspects of infrastructure projects. Encourage debate regarding the execution of hydroelectric projects in the Peruvian Amazon. It consists of organizations such as the Association for the Conservation of the Amazon Basin (ACCA), Central Ashaninka del Rio Ene (CARE), Center for Environmental Sustainability at the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia (CSA-UPCH), Law, Environment and Natural Resources (DAR), Forum Solidaridad Peru (FSP), International Rivers (IR), ProNaturaleza - Peruvian Foundation for the Conservation of Nature, Civil Society for the Construction of the Transoceanic Highway and Development Puno (SOCIT), Peruvian Society for Environmental Law (SPDA)..