Publish What You Pay

Photo of a sign in Liberia toting the benefits of resource extraction

A sign in Liberia toting the benefits of natural resource extraction.

Join The Coalition

Members of the Publish What You Pay worldwide coalition:

  • Advocate for good governance and transparency across the extractives value chain.

And will wherever possible endeavor to:

  • Positively and constructively engage with other coalition members, companies, governments and other relevant actors at national and regional levels;
  • Provide regular updates on activities, strategies and plans related to the campaign;
  • Proactively speak out to the media and public on the issue of revenue transparency, promote Publish What You Pay, and widely disseminate relevant and important information on the campaign. Organizations also agree to be listed on the PWYP website and other campaign materials.

Would you like to join the Publish What You Pay coalition in its global campaign for transparency in the extractive sector?

Membership of the Publish What You Pay (PWYP) coalition is only open to civil society groups and non-governmental organizations, to find out more about what being a member entails, read the PWYP Passport.

In order to join, an organization must accept our operating principles and values, which are listed in our passport as well as in the sign-up form.

If you are a U.S. organization and would like to become a member, please complete this form and email it to U.S. Director, Jana Morgan .

If you are based outside the United States, please contact your country’s Director. You will be able to find their details on the map of where we work. For from countries where we do not yet have a presence, please email the secretariat at They will process your application or put you in touch with one of our regional coordinators.

Members And Join

ActionAid International USA >

American Jewish World Service >

Amnesty International USA >

The Borgen Project >

Bank Information Center >


Catholic Relief Services >

Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach >

Conflict Risk Network >

CorpWatch >

Crude Accountability >

EarthRights International >


Environmental Defense Fund >

EG Justice >

Friends of the Earth >

Gender Action >

Global Financial Integrity >

Global Rights >

Global Witness >

Government Accountability Project >

Human Rights Watch >

International Budget Project >

International Labor Rights Forum >

Justice in Nigeria Now >

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns >

Micah Challenge USA >

ONE Campaign >

Open Society Policy Center >

Oxfam America >

Pacific Environment >

Presbyterian Church USA >

Project On Government Oversight >

Natural Resource Governance Institute >

Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights >

Sierra Club >

Sustainable Energy & Economy Network >

The Borgen Project >

United Methodist General Board of Church and Society >

United Steelworkers >

United to End Genocide >


If you wish to make a donation to PWYP, please contact us!