sharing in governance of extractive industries
The Minerals and Energy for Development Alliance and the African Minerals Development Centre (AMDC) are proud to jointly present the third Emerging Leaders in African Mining (ELAM) program. The program is supported by the AMDC as part of its capacity-building program and mandate to realise the implementation of the African Mining Vision.
The Emerging Leaders in African Mining program, which will be run in conjunction with African Mining Indaba 2016 in Stellenbosch and Cape Town, South Africa, will provide a unique opportunity for professionals working in the African mining sector to enhance their effectiveness as leaders and contribute to improved governance of the sector.
The AMDC and other sponsors will meet all costs, including accommodation and return travel for participants from African government agencies, civil society organisations and the university sector. Participants from industry will be required to cover their own travel costs, and will be charged a fee of AUD 8,500 per person for tuition, accommodation and catering for the two weeks. This fee includes the cost of registering participants for African Mining Indaba.
The ACP/EU/UNDP will sponsor participants with experience working on commodities such as construction materials, dimension stones, industrial minerals and semi-precious stones.
For more information download the brochure ELAM%202016%20flier%20151019.pdf.
Applications close November 16 to apply visit http://www.jotform.co/MEfDA/elam2016
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