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Extractive Industry Civil Society
Extractive Industries Civil Society (EICS) is a registered UK not-for-profit civil society organisation. We have partner affiliates in a number of countries with developing economies. Our aim is simply to help communities, local and national economies, benefit from the activities of the extractives sectors, particularly through working towards both transparency and an intelligent, constructive tripartite relationship with government and industry. We seek to achieve our objectives though effective relationships, negotiation and carefully-targetted organising. We believe that the extractive industries are of great importance and can have a profoundly positive effect on local economies. We take an open mind on new technologies and believe that transparency is the key to public confidence.