in 2018, publish what you pay set out to expand its work on gender. recognising that the extractive industries transparency initiative (eiti) and our very own movement had been gender-blind for many years, we wanted to explore a set of learning questions: what barriers prevent women from fully engaging with eiti implementation at the country level? how could the eiti be used as a tool to advance gender equality? what type of data disclosure can best advance policies that mitigate the gendered impacts of extractive activities?