sharing in governance of extractive industries
The “Cases in Integrity” Series is an initiative of the Governance of Extractive Industries Program at the World Bank Group and Integrity Action. The series aims to distill and document practitioner experiences, through Ted-style videos and written case studies, in monitoring extractive industry operations as well as the use extractive industry revenues at the community level. With an initial emphasis on fragile and conflict affected states, the case studies are intended to share emerging knowledge on approaches that have worked in using Integrity Action’s Community Integrity Building approach to empower communities and to promote transparency, accountability and inclusion in extractive industries decision-making, investment, and operations. The pilot features stories from five countries – Ivory Coast, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and South Sudan.