sharing in governance of extractive industries

Jed Miller
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3 Bridges
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Job Title
Digital Strategist, 3 Bridges
About My Work
Working to bridge the gap between digital expertise and international advocacy. Using open data strategies to display and disseminate information on oil, gas and mining sectors. Research and advocacy on better Internet planning by NGOs and donors. Former Internet director, Revenue Watch, American Civil Liberties Union.
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, governance and anti-corruption, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection

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Jodi Liss left a comment for Jed Miller
"Hi Jed, Perrine closed down the discussion but I wanted  to tell you I've written 2 papers on the grassroots organizing of communities and there are others as well. Also, if you ever go to PDAC in Canada and talk to the participants in the…"
Jun 16
Jed Miller commented on Antoine Heuty's blog post 'How can technology support a human-centered mine of the future?'
"Hi Antoine, Perrine and GOXIans, I appreciate Jodi's point about the realities of power and the limitations of spaces convened by anyone other than impacted communities themselves. Technology can be an amplifier of voice and accelerator for…"
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Jed Miller favorited Vanessa Ushie's blog post New mining technologies and the fiscal space: ensuring shared value and sustainable development
May 27
Osvaldo Urzua and Jed Miller are now friends
May 22
Jed Miller favorited Osvaldo Urzua's blog post Smart inclusive mining, a key approach to increase local content and deliver shared value
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Jed Miller favorited Aaron Cosbey's blog post New tech in the mining sector: Trends and impacts
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Jed Miller commented on Aaron Cosbey's blog post 'New tech in the mining sector: Trends and impacts'
"Hi Aaron and colleagues. A question for you: Amid these rapid technological shifts, how can stakeholders level the playing field between affected communities and the private sector and government actors in any mining project? What about when local…"
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Jed Miller favorited Lee Bailey's blog post New Database: National Oil Companies, with $3.1 Trillion in Assets, Are Dangerously Under-Scrutinized
May 7

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At 11:21 on June 16, 2019, Jodi Liss said…

Hi Jed, Perrine closed down the discussion but I wanted  to tell you I've written 2 papers on the grassroots organizing of communities and there are others as well. Also, if you ever go to PDAC in Canada and talk to the participants in the Aboriginal fora, you will hear lots of stories. Use of low tech tech, social media, and web based capacity building especially for indigenous people is everywhere. I'm so tired of Western people thinking and acting like they have The Answer without even knowing what's going on out there. 

At 21:34 on November 7, 2011, Stephen Yeboah said…

Hi Jed,

I hope you are good. Have the best of work

At 17:00 on September 1, 2010, Dauda Garuba said…
Glad to know you are here Jed. What a great suggestion from Kathrin about featuring RWI's resource centre on GOXI. I will vote for that as it will to further publicise our work.
At 17:19 on June 14, 2010, Kathrin Frauscher said…
Hello Jed. Welcome Goxi! Do you think we should feature RWI's resource center on GOXI? It would be a great resource for many people. Maybe you can write a blog about it? Or register RWI's resource center as a user? Thanks!

Jed Miller's Blog

To Tackle Corruption, Target Systems, Not Just People

Posted on May 11, 2016 at 20:30 2 Comments

By Jed Miller and Michael Jarvis

When financial stories make the news, they often come with a villain attached. People love the “Who” in the fight against corruption. Banks like Goldman Sachs become the Darth Vader of the financial crisis. Iceland’s Prime Minister…


Getting Mining and Oil Contracts into the Light, Online

Posted on January 31, 2013 at 20:30 4 Comments

In the global effort to follow mining and oil money more closely, the payments from companies to governments and the spending by those resource-rich governments usually draw the greatest scrutiny. But before a dollar changes hands, the rules of the game often get set in contracts that citizens (and sometimes even their elected representatives) rarely see.…


What If Transparency Leads Nowhere?

Posted on February 2, 2012 at 0:30 0 Comments

cross-posted from RWI

Blogger Elisabeth Rosenthal raises a simple but vital point in this week's NYT "Sunday Review": As governments, watchdogs, the media and regular citizens embrace transparency as an increasingly important value,…


Context, Not High-Tech, Makes Maps Meaningful - NYT Letter

Posted on August 10, 2011 at 1:00 0 Comments

Letter from Friday's NYT:

August 5, 2011

The Power of Technology

To the Editor:

Re “Digital Maps Are Giving Scholars the Historical Lay of the Land” (“Humanities 2.0” series, Arts pages, July 26):


What is…



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