sharing in governance of extractive industries
Hi all, This report from Transparency International's Mozambique Chapter (CIP) analyses the revenue generated (or not) by the Pande-Temane gas fields. Released late last year, it provides a nuanced…Continue
Ahead of proposed Transparency International Australia programme on this issue, a discussion paper has been completed on corruption risks in mining sector licencing. Funded by an IM4DC grant, the discussion paper will underpin an expert multi-stakeholder workshop to finalise a research framework to highlight corruption risks in mining sector licencing in 20+ countries. Any comments on the discussion paper would be most welcome, as would general thoughts on how we should prevent corruption in…Continue
I'm working on a small research project for IM4DC and Transparency International to construct a diagnostic framework for civil society on corruption risks in the award of mining permits, licences and contracts. We hope that it will form the blueprint for research in multiple countries as part of Phase 1 of a planned TI programme on prevention of corruption in mining sector licencing.
Material from several GOXIans and supporting organisations has been useful, as well as…Continue
This may be of interest for African colleague, especially those in civil society. http://im4dc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/UWA_0000_Flyer2.pdf
Another great technical analysis from CIP, TI's Mozambique Chapter, on capital gains taxation, including the very interesting Riversdale / Rio Tinto deal.